Religion

Religion Aggregation

“You must be the change you want to see in the world.” ~ Mohandas K. Gandhi

There are two main purposes for this aggregation of religious information: 1) for my own quick-reference use (as is the case with my other aggregations, and 2) to radically reduce online research time for any interested people who happen to stumble across this website. By making these kinds of aggregations, I don't have spend nearly as much time searching for information which I might have forgotten to archive in my system of folders, files and bookmarks.

"Religion" is another one of those so-unspecific-as-to-be-useless-for-anything-but-obfuscation-and-manipulation dual-purpose deception-based words such as "God", "law", "government", "money", "secular", etc. The key to understanding these obfuscatory dual-purpose (i.e. good-evil) words is being able to recognize the difference between when they are being used to mean self-ownership and when they are being used to mean feudalistic "government" ownership/control over B by A. In other words, does "religion" mean that you own yourself, your labor, and the produce of your labor? Or does "religion" mean I (or some group of "politicians") get to run your life and you have to do what I say? Does "religion" mean that "God" wants that I should be king (or president, or mullah, or poobah, etc) and that you should do what I say?

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God Aggregation

“You must be the change you want to see in the world.” ~ Mohandas K. Gandhi

There are two main purposes for this aggregation of God information: 1) for my own quick-reference use (as is the case with my other aggregations, and 2) to radically reduce online research time for any interested people who happen to stumble across this website. By making these kinds of aggregations, I don't have spend nearly as much time searching for information which I might have forgotten to archive in my system of folders, files and bookmarks.

A monetary realist named Merrill M.E. Jenkins wrote a book called "'Money' The Greatest Hoax On Earth." Having read the book, I liked that title so much I started thinking about language, the sounds the human mouth is capable of uttering, and the use of other dual-meaning words -- such as "God", "law", "government", "religion", etc. -- designed to confuse ignorant, gullible and naive people, (especially working-class people) so wannabe clever "political class" criminals can steal their labor without the victims realizing what was going on. That's when it occurred to me that the word "money" is not the greatest hoax on Earth. I would argue that words such as "God", "law", "government", and "religion" are even greater hoax words than "money", with "God" being arguably the greatest hoax word of all. Let's look at it.

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