Sunday, July 23, 2017

The GOP- The "Christian" Party

For close to 40 years, the GOP has been known as the "Christian" party, mainly due to its anti abortion and pro traditional marriage stances. But, does it really represent true Christian values?


One of the major symbols in Christianity is the fish. In astrology, the sign of the fish is Pisces, which is the sign of compassion, sacrifice, and spirituality. The central figure of Christianity, Jesus, represented all of these things. He chased the bankers out of the temple, not bailing them out or giving them a tax cut. He told the rich man to sell all of his possessions, not to hoard his wealth. He was against the Pharisees, who were the religious extremists of his day, and even broke the rules of his religion, Judaism, if it was in the act of love. Jesus never said anything about abortion or gay marriage (the anti homosexuality verses in the Bible are from the Old Testament and Paul's books, which preach a message that's extremely authoritarian and fear based, the opposite of Jesus and the sign of Pisces), saying that if you love your neighbor as yourself, the law will be fulfilled. Do you see ANY of these qualities in Donald Trump? Or even George W. Bush?

Of course not.

While the GOP has provided nothing but lip service in regards to the abortion issue, as they have yet to repeal Roe vs. Wade, they pressured Bill Clinton into repealing the Glass Steagall act, which imposed regulations on bankers, were a big factor in the passage of NAFTA, which is a major factor in the rich getting wealthier through the outsourcing of jobs, passed the Patriot Act, which is a way to suppress dissent by labeling it as "terrorism", made an aggressive push to privatize Social Security after the 2004 election, which resulted in the Democrats gaining control of Congress in 2006, and have made another aggressive push throughout Trump's presidency so far to repeal Obamacare, which would lead to millions of Americans losing their health care. They have also started the Gulf War and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, while being dangerously close to war with North Korea at the moment. The Iraq war was solely because of oil, as Saddam had no involvement in 9/11, nor did Iraq have nuclear weapons, meaning that thousands died for the purpose of making the oil companies richer.

If you have read the Bible, Jesus would have been strongly against the policies of today's GOP, as they promote materialism, selfishness, authoritarianism, warfare, class warfare, and extreme nationalism. Everything that is the opposite of the sign of the fish, Pisces. It is no coincidence that with Neptune in Pisces right now, that these materialistic and authoritarian philosophies are losing relevance, when stuff like health care, food, water, clothing, and a roof over your head should be a RIGHT. This is why Bernie Sanders had lots of momentum last year, with his single payer Medicare expansion for all, and why the idea of a Universal Basic Income is slowly gaining traction, and even being implemented in a few communities. Why would a loving God want us to fight for survival? Wouldn't a loving God want us all to prosper and live quality lives unconditionally?

Unless the God the GOP follows isn't really loving. The central figure of Judaism, Yahweh, is also the God of the Old Testament who was heavily into human sacrifice, and Judaism temples worship on Saturday. If you know astrotheology, Saturday is SatURNday, and Saturn is remarkably similar to "Satan" (Christians worship on SUNday, and Jesus is the Son or "Sun" of God. Saturn and the sign of Capricorn also rule the father in astrology, as Capricorn's polarity point of the Moon and the sign of Cancer rule the mother). The Illuminati is run by Zionist Jews, most notably the Rothschilds. Also notable is that humans were said to have been created as a slave race by the Anunnaki, and the traits of Yahweh are remarkably similar to the traits of Enlil, while the beginning of the bible states "Let US make man in OUR image". How does that sentence make sense unless multiple beings created us? After all, humans look much different than the rest of the animal kingdom and like what an alien/animal hybrid would look like. And the word "Elohim" in the Bible refers to a plural identity, like the Anunnaki. All of this a coincidence? I think not.

The Illuminati tricking Christians into supporting policies that Jesus wouldn't have supported? I can believe that.

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