Some People Think I’ve Gone Slightly Mad….

Scotty writes –

(TAP – He doesn’t like me adding comments! This is all him this time)

………All this money $XXtrillion was created out of thin air by the very institutions who then proceed to gamble with other financial institutions who have created money in just the same way. And taxpayers then have to borrow vast sums from these same institutions when the gambling goes wrong – which means deliberately crashed. Central banking – private corporations printing and then lending money to governments (citizens) at interest is the biggest fraud ever perpetrated.

The citizenry of the entire world has been scammed. And now with the supposed accidental ‘crash’ of global banking in 2007, we are all in debt to these same corporations almost literally for ever!

911, followed by the ‘War on Terror’ (War on Humanity), the unprovoked invasions of many nations, the 2007 financial crash – what have THEY got planned for us next? Sorry for being such a harbinger of doom, but I dread to think what the remainder of 2012 will bring. This ride ain’t over yet – and we can’t get off !

The occurrence of terrible events happening in the world is increasing, the growth seems to be exponential, raising towards a fever pitch, some kind of tipping point; maybe an event so terrible that it will allow those in power to push humanity in to some sort of New Age, where nothing will be the same as it was before. I believe that this is the true purpose of wars and revolutions – as nations, their populations and values are always dramatically altered, as a result.

As for myself, I’m a Christian. That Satanic powers will take over completely was predicted by Jesus and is prophesied and well detailed in the Holy Bible. I do not envy those with no knowledge or understanding of Christian doctrine. I was ignorant, a non-believer (and a devout Darwinist!) until about a year ago. The journey of becoming a Christian has been incredible.

Before, I thought I knew truth. Now I know that there is very little truth to be had in this world, Satan’s world. The Holy Bible is the only truth I’ve ever come across. Reading some verses is like being slapped in the face! It says in the front of my ESV Holy Bible, ‘This is a supernatural book’, which is completely correct. Some people I know think I’ve gone a slightly mad ! What’s happened is that I’ve been exposed to a higher, fundamental truth about existence, life, humanity, etc that reveals this world as it really is and identifies, very clearly, the dark Satanic forces that really are running the whole show.

Since ‘The Enlightenment’ (a contradiction in terms), TPTB have, very deliberately, been turning people away from, and now fully against, Christianity. Why do you think that might be? I would like to suggest that you throw away your TV, don’t bother with newspapers any more, and go and buy a ESV (English Standard Version) Bible and start to read.

Start with the New Testament, the Book of Matthew.

Most people are, at present, fully immersed in ‘the world’ (can’t think of another way to write that!) So, for a time, move away from the world; read the Bible and then look back at the world with fresh eyes, from a different perspective.

As Jesus said, ‘you shall know the Truth, and the Truth will make you free.’
John 8:32


TAP – You wonder what the original Jesus said before his words were edited by the Roman Empire, four hundred years after he lived, when Constantine agreed the religion should become the religion of The Empire. Opposition to war and slavery was edited out, I believe. And remember how the coin belonged to Caesar.

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21 Responses to “Some People Think I’ve Gone Slightly Mad….”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hate to break it to ya pal, but religion is all a load of fucking crap. You can’t all be right – and none of you are.

    Still, if it makes you happy then carry on. But just fuck off anyway

  2. Tapestry says:

    If it’s all as you say, no need to swear.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have to say I love it when people come onto blogs and shout “religion is crap” especially when they’re oblivious to the fact that there are two distinct type of religions – organised and non organised. Both are polarly opposite in many ways. I’ll let them find that out through wisdom.

    Anyway the future isn’t good and I agree with the author. What can change a Darwinist into a Christian? Something mind blowing must have happened eh?
    Darwin was one of the inbred elites, there for a purpose. His work became the religion of Marx and Engels, as they pursued dialectic materialism. It was communism (socialism) that sought to obliterate GOD, or what I like to call the creator.

    I remember watching a very interesting short video of Ian R Cane quickly discussing CODEX ALIMENTARIUS. It was on BBCTV5, that conspiracy heaven. In a nutshell, he spoke of how the elites want to control the food supply, but also stop mankind’s natural connection to spiritual awakening as they get older. They will manipulate food as well as destroy history in order to make this happen. It’s very frightening.

    If this is part of the agenda, then why destroy religion if religion is just fantasy? Why try and destroy spirituality if there is no creator?
    Bottom line, they are genetically creating humans, made to order in order to create a new world order of TOTAL CONTROL over all. Seen the film Gattaca with Jude Law, Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman? Sure, happy ending with Ethan Hawke defying the odds to overcome his genetic ‘disabilities’, but this is predictive programming and for every Ethan there are millions who won’t be so lucky. They’ll be bred to do jobs what the elites want them to do. Aspiring to great things won’t be an option. Individuality will be the enemy of the state.

    And lastly, free will is the foundation of the individual’s psyche. If God gave it to humanity, then who is trying to take it away? For as I said, individuality is the enemy of the state, that means no liberty and freedom.



  4. Anonymous says:

    Religion is wishful thinking. The more un-provable the more it becomes a religion. Certain people need to have something outside themselves to worship because to them it makes their lives seem less futile. Religion is always the “comforter” of the lower intelligent masses. It is also the control mechanism of the more intelligent rulers who can manipulate their populations with slavery now but a better life after death. People actually fall for this con-game.
    Jesus has “existed” under many names before the Bible was written. The myth of Jesus has its origins in Sun worship. Jesus as a real person never existed.


  5. Scotty says:


    Tap, re supposedly amended Bible, referring to The Case For Christ, by Lee Strobell:

    Admitedly, there are no surviving originals of the New Testament. However, there are copies surviving from with one or two generations of the Crucifiction. There is also a ‘unprecidented multiplicity of copies that have survived’, far more than for any other ancient texts.

    There are also many translations made around this time – Latin, Syriac, Coptic and then ‘secondary’ translations in to languages like Armenian, Gothic, Georgian, Ethiopic and others. Even if no early Greek texts survived, it would be possible to reproduce the New Testament accurately, from these later translations.

    At the time of the earliest New Testament manuscripts, the Romans were killing Christians. If the Romans had altered the Bible, we would be able to compare their work to earlier manuscripts and the differences would be very obvious. This is not the case.

    The R C Church couldn’t alter the Bible. They had to stop people from reading it, which they did successfully for many centuries. Christians were still being burned alive for possessing the Bible only a few hundred years ago. Roman Emperor Constantine did not convert to Christianity until the early third century, by which time the New Testament was ‘fully formed’, just as it is today.

  6. Scotty says:


    Link to PDF titled ‘Case for Christ’ (not the book)

    Here’s some of the text:

    How Can We Test the Reliability of Ancient Documents?

    Unlike many other religions, Christianity is based on historical evidence that can be tested. One essential legal rule is that declarations must give the time
    and place. The NT does so with utmost precision (e.g., Luke 3:1-2).

    We will consider three criteria for establishing the reliability and accuracy of any piece of
    literature from antiquity:

    Q: Bibliographical Test: Since we do not have the original documents (autographs),
    how reliable and accurate are the copies we have in regard to the number of
    manuscripts, and what is the time interval between the original and the copy or
    copies in existence?

    Q: Internal Test: Is the text internally consistent?

    Q; External Test: What other pieces of literature confirm the accuracy of the inner
    testimony of the document?

    Q: Does the New Testament Pass the Bibliographical Test?

    The two basic questions are: (1) Not having the original documents, how reliable are the
    copies we have? and (2) What is the time interval between the original and the extant copy
    or copies?

    We will see that there is more abundant and accurate manuscript evidence for the NT than
    for any other book from the ancient world. For instance, the John Rylands Fragment, a papyrus containing five verses from the Gospel of John (18:31-33, 37-38), was found in
    Egypt and is dated between A.D. 117 and 138. This discovery destroyed the idea that the
    NT was written down during the second century in order to provide time for myths to grow
    around the truth. In fact, there are 5,686 Greek manuscripts extant, as well as more than 24,000 in Latin and other languages. For comparison, the nearest ancient text in this regard is Homer’s Iliad,
    with a mere 643 copies.

    The typical time span between the original and earliest copy of non-Biblical ancient texts is
    over 1,000 years. However, the NT has a fragment within one generation of its original
    composition; whole books within 100 years; most of the NT within 200 years, and the
    entire NT within 250 years from the date of its completion.

    Further, the degree of accuracy of the NT copies, ascertained by comparing the various
    copies, is about 99%. Most ancient books do not survive with enough manuscripts to make
    that determination possible. Not only that, but only about one-eighth of all the variants
    have any weight, as most of them are merely mechanical matters such as spelling or style.
    The large number of manuscripts, the short time span between the original and the earliest
    copy, and the accuracy of the NT all bear witness that the NT is the most historically
    accurate and reliable document from all of antiquity. If one cannot trust the NT at this
    point, he must reject all of ancient history, which rests on much weaker evidence.

  7. Tapestry says:

    Religion might well be manipulated by empires, but that doesn’t prove Jesus never existed. In fact why would an empire credit his existence when his teaching conflicted so much with the requirements of the empire, that he had to be executed?

    It was a compromise deal made four hundred years after Jesus’s death with Constantine.

    If Jesus existed, he taught a stronger version of truth than has been passed down in the bible. Scotty would be blown away entirely by the original. The current powers that control the world do worship Satan. There is no denying it. Jesus taught that this would happen. Not a bad call.

    The fact that features from sun worship were overlaid over the Christian story at some point, does not undercut the strength of the teaching. It just means it’s been messed around with over the centuries by various parties. Men do that kind of thing.

    If it’s a message from God being passed down, it’s a somewhat adulterated version. Maybe a purer one will be forthcoming. Let’s hope so!

  8. Tapestry says:

    The original Christian message would have been anti-slavery and anti-war. That was not acceptable to Constantine. Those elements had to go. I only quote from Irslinger, who used to be in Tap Blog recommended books.

    I appreciate that to others every word of the bible is true. And to some, none are. I’m cutting a path down the middle and will be chewed up by both accordingly!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Sorry Tapestry you are wrong. There is no evidence that Jesus existed. Where is the proof?
    If you want to believe in “Jesus” that’s fine. If I believe in Harry Potter it doesn’t make it true because his story is in a book. People are entitled to worship what they like as long as it doesn’t cause harm to others. Unfortunately the standard religions of the World have been used as an excuse to kill millions.

    The following is closer to the truth:-

    Christianity is a copycat religion created by Emperor Constantine (for political purposes) based upon a myth (The Persian savior god Mithra, crucified 600 B.C. ? 400 B.C.?), which was based on other similar myths, all the way back to Chrishna of India (a mythical god that some claim was “crucified” around 1200 B.C.). There were 16 mythical crucifixions before Christ. The belief in the crucifixion of Gods was prevalent in various oriental or heathen countries long prior to the reported crucifixion of Christ. Of the 16 crucifixions, most were born of a virgin and about half of them on December 25th.

    So dear Tapestry if you are happy in your delusion carry on.

  10. Tapestry says:

    What’s interesting is that no one questions that the elites are all Satanists. As regards anything else, I am happy to be wrong. There are many things I don’t understand or have full knowledge of. I don’t think anyone can come up with a totally rational explanation of the world. Into the realm of not knowing come all types.

    Yet we are quite sure the elites are all Satanists. I repeat. There is nothing about loving your enemies for them. Just war, smash and grab and kill. Jesus had a good antidote to their cycle of hatred.

  11. Tapestry says:

    Whether he walked amongst men, is a movement from another source, or just a focus for a good idea, makes little difference. We need the opposite belief to Satanism. Where else in the world over two thousand a more years can a philosophy of uncompromising peace be found? I believe we need it and don’t care about the details of who, when and what. There is no delusion in that. On the contrary. There is delusion in imagining that by proving one detail or another was not true, the underlying philosophy of peace amongst men has no validity.

  12. Tapestry says:

    Call it John Lennon if it helps!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Sorry I didn’t sign my last piece about religion with GS.

    I note a lot of wriggling going on with your justification dear Tapestry when I or others point out the fallacy of religion. It’s natural for an intelligent person who has accepted religion but realises that it is really an illusion.

    You are now saying :-
    There is delusion in imagining that by proving one
    detail or another was not true, the underlying philosophy of peace amongst men has no validity.

    There is no argument from me regarding “the underlying philosophy of peace amongst men”. In fact man has this natural trait without the baggage of religion.

    Just set yourself free from the “all seeing eye in the sky”. Be a free man. Rely on yours and others inate “goodness” rather than thinking you have to follow some set of rules in a book called the Bible.
    The Bible is an allegorical story which has some merit if you discard the “God, Jesus and religion”.


  14. Tapestry says:

    I prefer to consider evidence on its merits as it appears to me rather than be told what I must think, or be condemned by another for non compliance, however intelligent that being considers itself to be. You are as totalitarian as any Satanist, GS.

  15. Scotty says:

    I think anon has been watching that Zeitgeist film. Even Peter Joseph (who made the film) now admits that all the anti-Christan religious ‘explainations’ in the film are nonsense.

    Apparently, he now laughably claims that the film was simply an ‘art project’ and was not meant to be taken seriously!

    BTW, his source is Theosophy, the occult writings of Helena Blavatsky and Alice Bailey, amoung others.

    Jesus was written about, at the time, by non-Christian writers / historians such Josephus, who was Jewish and a Pharisee; also Tacitus and Pliny the Younger, both Roman historians, wrote about Jesus 2000 years ago.

  16. unknown says:

    Using rationality, logic and critical conceptual analysis the only conclusion one can maintain is that there IS a supernatural immaterial creator.

    Read the following link for true enlightenment and freedom

  17. Anonymous says:

    Dear Tapestry You are indeed worried to start attacking me and calling me a Satanist. I am a person who doesn’t believe in any of this mumbo-jumbo. God, Christ, Allah, Satan or any other man-made effigy that must be worshipped.
    It’s all an illusion. I couldn’t care less what you want to believe in or do. I just want you to know that when you really look around and trust your own instincts without input from indoctrination you will suddenly be free from all of the religious control mechanisms that are placed on us from birth. Breath the air. Clear your mind and believe in yourself and other human-beings.
    If you believe you must pau homage to some being in the sky and follow his rules as laid down by his so called priests then you are a slave. But if you like living as a slave that’s ok. Carry on.


  18. Tapestry says:

    That’s fine, GS. No worries.

  19. Anonymous says:

    //Sorry Tapestry you are wrong. There is no evidence that Jesus existed. Where is the proof?//

    Have you taken the Zeitgeist challenge? Apparently not. (Google: Zeitgeist Challenge). The idea Jesus did not exist has been thoroughly debunked, by proxy. Nobody has stepped up to take the money. The idea Jesus did not in fact exist as a historical figure is a Freemason hoax with no trail in the historical record.

    – Me.

  20. Anonymous says:

    There is a website that addresses all of these issues and also addresses the Illuminati, too:

  21. Julia says:

    Everyone arguing about who is right and who is wrong as usual. Can’t we just accept each others views? And add our own into the melting pot. I don’t think it matters whether or not Jesus was real or fictitious, it is his teachings that matter. I find there is a lot of good stuff in the Bible, and a lot of good people are Christians. I also feel that certain parts of the Bible have been deliberately misinterpreted for control purposes, and that Chritianity is controlled by TPTW, and the Bible has almost certainly been edited over the centuries. To me, Christianity and Jesus are complete opposites. Christianity worships the death and destruction of Jesus. I have done some posts on this on my blog. Here is one of them

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