The Baphomet Oct 6, 2011 9:02:00 GMT
Post by billmcelligott on Oct 6, 2011 9:02:00 GMT
Oct 6, 2011 6:11:48 GMT @goatrider said:
Brother Bill, honestly, I was trying to be good and you followed right up with your disagreement...and I never used the "not worthy" phrase. If it makes you happy, then flush everything I wrote
Why should we do that, it is perfectly acceptable, I just did not agree. Is that not what an open forum is about ?
--egad, it's not like I'm the first dude in this thread who has caused a disagreement. I think you're just still mad at me over what I said about the Kabbalah--I know I was mad but I'm over it now, trying to make up...surely it's merely a coincidence that I said something about symbols in that one, or is this our new pattern?
I am in no way mad or upset, just setting out the other opinion that is all. I can assure you nothing written here or elsewhere is personal, just an opinion on a subject.
Whenever anyone posts an opinion they should be prepared to take on board another opinion. If we all agreed just think how boring it would get. I an never boring, I hope.
There were a few voices speaking out for what's proper to discuss on a public forum, I thought I'd point out what I saw from this side of the pond. There were a few posts accusing Brother Matt of being an anti-mason and a troublemaker; anyway the Brother is fairly meek but if you want some real fire you guys know that I can deliver it. Let me know soon but let's just not get too hung up on this angle because it's already getting boring.
Oh hell, I am boring
Anyway, let's move on and get back to the good stuff. We've progressed quite smoothly from Baphomet to Swastikas (that's right: red, white and black, as in Mars and alchemy, i.e., aliens and the Lizard Kings)--all that's left is Hitler, the Thule Society and the Spear of Destiny. Last week I watched "Salome", the opera by Richard Strauss based on the Oscar Wilde play, where Salome does the gyrating dance of the 7 veils, followed right up by the decapitation of St. John the Baptist, which was used by the Knights Templar in their lurid black cat ceremonies. As some of us very well know, that's an esoteric allegory about--you guess it: more alchemy and the "dead head".
That dance will get you every time.