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Pro-life Rights, Fatima &
Delaware to Jail Parents
The first State to outlaw spanking is Delaware, and parents can be jailed for up to two years. This is pure stupidity. They could have limited instruments used in spanking such as paddles and straps, instead of outlawing it completely. Jailing parents will cause infinitely more hurt and injury to child than the spanking! It is one more example of the intrusion into the privacy of the family by the godless State.
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A Sede-Vacantist Stumbles in His Logic
You know the picture [of the
Pope with Devilish Eyes
When someone constantly looks like devil, writes like devil, speaks like devil and behaves like devil, then he is devil, right?
And you assert that this devil is the pope.
This is the apex of foolishness: to assert that devil can be the pope (if he was elected in a Roman conclave).
If you recognize the devil as your head, you don't have Jesus Christ as your Head. And you go where your devilish head goes.
The Gospel reports that when St. Peter tried to dissuade Our Lord from going to Jerusalem and suffer the Passion, the Divine Master told him: “Go behind me, Satan, thou art a scandal unto me: because thou savourest not the things that are of God, but the things that are of men” (Mt 16:23).
Thus, Our Lord Himself called Peter Satan. According to your logic, he should have been immediately deposed from the Papacy that he had been invested with on a prior occasion, when Jesus Christ declared “Thou art Peter and upon this rock I will build My Church and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against her” (Mt 16:18).
Even though Our Lord callied Peter Satan because he was judging things according to man’s criteria, Christ did not take from him the Papacy. Instead, He forgave Peter and maintained his Primacy over the other Apostles and the Church.
So, we see that your logic - “he looks like devil, writes like devil, speaks like devil and behaves like devil, then he is devil, right?” - is far from being a supernatural way of seeing the Papacy. Rather we would say it is a human way of seeing it.
It is a criterion quite similar to that of Peter when he was censured by Our Lord, is it not? Thus, should we not also apply to you that same epithet of Satan?
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Prophecies Fit the 'Third Secret'
Thank you so much for the
you posted two years ago. I found it very challenging and educational. …
I think the message is authentic for two reasons: The text was so well thought out and the mistakes were so blatant that they had to be done on purpose, and, second, because of the actions of John Paul II.
Since that time I came across the prophecies of Anna-Katarina Emmerick:
On Sept 12, 1820 she said, "I saw a strange church being built against every rule. ... No angels were supervising the building operations. In that church nothing came from above. ... I saw all sorts of people, things, doctrines, and opinions. ..."
On October4, 1820 she said, "When I saw the Church of St. Peter in ruins, and the manner in which so many of the clergy were themselves busy at this work of destruction -- none of them wishing to do it openly in front of others. ... I cried out to Jesus. ... He said to me, among other things, "that this translation of the Church from one place to another meant that she would seem to be in complete decline. But she would rise again; even if there remained but one Catholic, the Church would conquer again because she does not rest on human counsels and intelligence."
We pray for your success,
Good Forensics Analysis
I've been reviewing some TIA articles out of the past, and spent quite a lot of time studying two of your articles: "
Two Sister Lucys of Fatima?
" and "
Two Sister Lucys: Photos and Facts
We, who spent our careers in the field of crime and punishment, had a continuous need to call in experts, all the way from fingerprint experts to polygraph experts to skid-mark experts to handwriting experts to blood-alcohol experts and a cluster of other forensic-scientist-experts
You may remember the 1996 case in Boulder, Colorado of the murder of the six-year budding beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey. Central to the case was the question of who authored the ransom note. The police called in an expert of a most unusual genre, a Shakespearean author-analyst of textual material named Donald Foster (he identified the ransom-note's author as JonBenet's mother). It was he who broke the case of Theodore Kacynski, the "Unabomber," by identifying the writer.
With what is above-writen, the reason for this email is to compliment you on your very professional analysis of the Two Sister Lucys. The field of experts on facial comparisons is rather small in numbers, used in various police or intelligence investigations. One of the "bibles" of this expertise is a book titled
Computer-Aided Forensic Facial Comparisons
, (CRC Press, Toronto); there is also a group called FISWG: Facial Identification Scientific Working Group.
The thing that amazed me most is that your articles were written by a scholar with credentials in fields other than facial identification or facial recognition. Please accept my most hardy congratulations on your outstanding articles.
My best to all,
Lyle Arnold Jr.
Posted October 2, 2012
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