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November 10th, 2013

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Catholic Church Worships Dead Man’s Bones

November 10th, 2013

Catholic nuns Fight to get  1/2  of Saints Boiled Skull

October 28, 2013

The skull of Saint Brébeuf can be adored in Martyr’s Shrine near Midland, Ontario, in Canada. 
But only half of it.
Roman Catholics can adore half of a skull in Canada. The other half was given to nuns, and disappeared.
If this had only been one of the thousands of skulls venerated and adored in Roman Catholic Churches, I would not have written this article. I have already written more than enough about worship of bones inside this death cult.  But the story behind this skull makes it worthy of some extra publicity.
This is what have been recorded by Wikipedia:
Brébeuf did not make a single outcry while he was being tortured and he astounded the Iroquois, who later cut out his heart and ate it in hopes of gaining his courage Brébeuf was fifty-five years old.
 Brébeuf’s body was recovered a few days later. His body was boiled in lye to remove the flesh, and the bones became church relics. His flesh was buried, along with Lalemant’s, in one coffin, and today rests in the Church of St. Joseph at the reconstructed Jesuit mission of Sainte-Marie among the Hurons across Highway 12 from the Martyrs’ Shrine Catholic Church near Midland, Ontario
In September, 1984, Pope John Paul II prayed over Brebeuf’s skull before saying an outdoor Mass on the grounds of the Martyrs’ Shrine. Thousands of people came to hear him speak from a platform built especially for the day.
Source: Wikipedia
According to Catholic Encyclopedia, this Jesuit missionary died a horrible death on March 16th 1649 A.D. 90 days later the body was ex-hummed. The Catholic Encyclopedia do not record the beginning of the process of beautification of the body.
This is what Suite101 has recorded:
 On June 16, 1649, the remaining missionaries set fire to the mission, rather than see it desecrated or overrun by the Iroquois. At the same time, they had also decided that Brebeuf and Lallemant would be canonized as saints. Accordingly, their bodies were exhumed and boiled in a lye solution. Their flesh was reburied and their bones wrapped in linen and saved as relics.
Read more at Suite101:
An ecclesiastical court sat in 1904 for an entire year to examine his life and virtues and the cause of his death, and the result of the inquiry was forwarded to Rome. Brebeuf was cannonized in 1930, by Pope Pius XI.
The story is indeed a challenge to all reflecting humans.
St. Joseph Church, the Martyrs Shrine in Ontario Canada.
Not many half skulls are covered with so much gold, and are kept by people who claim to honor “god”.
Boiling a dead body in lye to get the flesh and bones to separate, makes me think of how men treat dead animals, when they make soup or dinner.
And why re-bury the boiled flesh, without its bones?
Are there some special powers in a dead man bones, that boiled flesh do not contain?
How will the Pope and his priests enter the Kingdom of Heaven? Frankly: Can religious activities get more perverse and grotesque?
But let us leave the boiling part of the sorry for a second.
The greater mystery is why the Pope felt for praying over half of the skull.
This is what another website has recorded:
 Actually, it only the left half of his skull that inhabits Martyrs’ Shrine.
Was this decided because that part of the skull encased the left brain that enabled Brebeuf to learn several Native American languages?
Not that fluency in their tongue stopped the Iroquois from hanging red-hot tomahawks around his neck.
And where is his right skull?
Source: Blogger
The Catholic legend gets even more intriguing when we really dive deep into the details. What happened to the other half’s of the skull?
Just take a look at this:
“Yes, the bones were entrusted to the Ursuline Order of nuns in Québec for safekeeping, but once Brébuf was proclaimed a saint, the Jesuits asked for them back. The Ursulines were not amused as they thought that they had done a good job and wanted to keep half, so at Martyrs’ Shrine there’s only one-half of Brébuf’s skull (left side) while the nuns kept the other portion.”
Source: Tourist site.
My comment:
We might get puzzled with nuns fighting over a dead man bones, and demanding to keep half of his skull.
In fact it is so tragic, that I feel like crying. Many of these women wanted to enter nunnery to help people, and to come closer to God.
The physical issues linked to this legend are worrisome.
What makes people cut a skull in two?
How to you do that in the first place, without damaging the “holy” relic?
Was it the native Indians who cut the skull in two, or was it the local Jesuit’s? 
What do they find “holy” about the remains of a dead man, serving in a “Church” who beautified him after being ex-humed and boiled?
The theological implications are also worth a second thought.
Will both parts of the skull remain “holy”, or will only a united skull have the magic powers of restoration and healing?
Has the claimed infallible Pope made a mistake?
The Roman Catholic Church claims the  “Holy see” never fails when he beautifies his dead followers, and elevate them to the post of “saints”.
R.I.P
Written by Ivar

THANK YOU LORD FOR ONE MORE YEAR

November 10th, 2013

Communist Troops in America :: Please Pray Now !!!

November 10th, 2013
Obama Allows Communist Chinese Troops 

Boots On The Ground In Hawaii 

 Tuesday (First Time In American History)…

November 09, 2013 :: Source : Redflagnews.com

 Chinese soldiers march in front of state flags of states member of the SCO during a parade marking the end of military exercises at Chebarkul testing range 17 August 2007. The presidents of Russia, China and four other Central Asian states attended unprecedented joint military exercises on Friday, intended as a display of strength to the West. AFP PHOTO / MAXIM MARMUR (Photo credit should read MAXIM MARMUR/AFP/Getty Images)
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(Judi McLeod, Canada Free Press) — Aloha Hawaiians!  If you see what you think are soldiers from the Communist Peoples Republic of China Army wandering about in your neck of the woods Tuesday through Thursday next week, your imagination is not playing tricks on you.

But don\u2019t worry while Chinese soldiers will have boots on the ground in Hawaii, they are only really \u201Csimulating\u201D. For the first time in history the U.S. Army will host the Communist Peoples Republic of China\u2019s Army on American soil Nov. 12-14, 2013.

\u201CSimulating humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to a fictional third country\u201D.

You can\u2019t make this stuff up when GridEx 2  is doing it for you.

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(Judi McLeod, Canada Free Press) — Aloha Hawaiians!  If you see what you think are soldiers from the Communist Peoples Republic of China Army wandering about in your neck of the woods Tuesday through Thursday next week, your imagination is not playing tricks on you.
But don’t worry while Chinese soldiers will have boots on the ground in Hawaii, they are only really “simulating”. For the first time in American history the U.S. Army will host the Communist Peoples Republic of China’s Army on American soil Nov. 12-14, 2013.
“Simulating humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to a fictional third country”.
You can’t make this stuff up when GridEx 2  is doing it for you.

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GridEx 2 (there was already a GridEx 1in November of 2011) is a massive \u2018emergency drill\u2019 planned to take place across the whole of North America with thousands of utility workers, business executives, National Guard officers, FBI antiterrorism experts and officials from government agencies, in the United States, Canada and Mexico (who) are preparing for an emergency drill in November that will simulate physical attacks and cyberattacks that could take down large sections of the power grid. (New York Times, Aug. 16, 2013).

\u201CFears about the possible detonation of a nuclear warhead in the skies about the United States, for the purposes of creating an electromagnetic pulse aimed at sizzling electronics on the ground, have led a number of public figures to call for significant steps to strengthen the power grid.  Ex-CIA head R. James Woolsey is planing a campaign to convince state governments to pass laws requiring utilities to harden their electronics against potential EMP attacks.The exercise is touted as a unified move \u201Cto test the resiliency of the U.S. power grid to withstand major damage causes by a natural disaster or deliberate attack\u201D.

\u201CA key objective of GridEx 2 is to learn how governments would handle a loss of electrical power that is large enough to drastically affect the delivery of common and essential goods and services.\u201D (NYT)

Hoping that the U.S., Canada or Mexico aren\u2019t GridEx 2\u2019s \u201Cfictional third country\u201D and that the soldiers out on reconnaissance in Blue Hawaii don\u2019t stamp \u2018Made in China\u2019 on it.

The New York Times reported on GridEx 2\u2019s massive, Nov. 13-14 drill on August 16,  but never mentioned the participation of the Peoples Republic of China\u2019s Army.

China\u2019s Xinhua Agencies kicked in on November 6 reporting that American and Chinese soldiers will train together in the November exercise.

\u201CThe US military Pacific Commander, Samuel Locklear, said here Tuesday that a joint humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise to be held this month helps improve the relationship between the United States and China.\u201D (Xinhua Agencies, Nov. 6, 2013)

\u201DLocklear told a news briefing that the Pacific Command\u2019s Army component commander in Hawaii has been looking forward to the Nov. 12-14 exercises \u201Cfor some time\u201D, as the Army will host the People\u2019s Liberation Army soldiers of China to train together in a field environment, simulating humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to a fictional third country.

\u201CSumming up his expectations for the joint exercise, Locklear said both militaries can learn something in disaster management and \u201Cbetter prepare tomorrow than yesterday\u201D.

\u201CIn relation to our ability to do this with our Chinese counterparts\u201D, he said, \u201Cthis kind ofexercise gives us a place to start, and get into the rhythm of understanding and trusting each other.\u201D

\u201CThe joint exercise was announced during an August visit to Washington by Chinese Minister of National Defense Chang Wanquan, as China and the United States expand their military-to-military relationship and explore cooperation opportunities in non-traditional security areas.\u201D

On August 19, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel escorted China Minister of National Defense Gen. Wanquan during an honor cordon at the Pentagon.

In a same day press conference, Gen. Wanquan said China\u2019s military has never supported any hacker actions, expressing at the joint press conference that the cyber space is a new field and cyberspace security threats have become a world wide problem. \u201CChina is one of the major victims of hacker attacks, suffering serious threats from network attacks,\u201D he said.

Meanwhile, let\u2019s hope the last one out of the GridEx 2 simulation exercise turns North America\u2019s lights back on.

China Deploys New Bomber with Long-Range Land Attack Missile

Bill Gertz FreeBeacon, November 7, 2013 4:35 pm

China\u2019s military recently deployed an upgraded strategic bomber that will carry the military\u2019s new long-range land attack cruise missile, capable of attacking Hawaii and Guam, according to a draft congressional report.

The Oct. 8 draft of the forthcoming report of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission also reveals that China has developed a new armed drone nearly identical to U.S. military\u2019s Reaper. The Chinese missile-firing drone likely was developed through Chinese cyber espionage against U.S. defense contractors.

 

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GridEx 2 (there was already a GridEx 1in November of 2011) is a massive ‘emergency drill’ planned to take place across the whole of North America with thousands of utility workers, business executives, National Guard officers, FBI antiterrorism experts and officials from government agencies, in the United States, Canada and Mexico (who) are preparing for an emergency drill in November that will simulate physical attacks and cyberattacks that could take down large sections of the power grid. (New York Times, Aug. 16, 2013).
“Fears about the possible detonation of a nuclear warhead in the skies about the United States, for the purposes of creating an electromagnetic pulse aimed at sizzling electronics on the ground, have led a number of public figures to call for significant steps to strengthen the power grid.  Ex-CIA head R. James Woolsey is planing a campaign to convince state governments to pass laws requiring utilities to harden their electronics against potential EMP attacks.The exercise is touted as a unified move “to test the resiliency of the U.S. power grid to withstand major damage causes by a natural disaster or deliberate attack”.
“A key objective of GridEx 2 is to learn how governments would handle a loss of electrical power that is large enough to drastically affect the delivery of common and essential goods and services.” (NYT)
Hoping that the U.S., Canada or Mexico aren’t GridEx 2’s “fictional third country” and that the soldiers out on reconnaissance in Blue Hawaii don’t stamp ‘Made in China’ on it.
The New York Times reported on GridEx 2’s massive, Nov. 13-14 drill on August 16,  but never mentioned the participation of the Peoples Republic of China’s Army.
China’s Xinhua Agencies kicked in on November 6 reporting that American and Chinese soldiers will train together in the November exercise.
“The US military Pacific Commander, Samuel Locklear, said here Tuesday that a joint humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise to be held this month helps improve the relationship between the United States and China.” (Xinhua Agencies, Nov. 6, 2013)
”Locklear told a news briefing that the Pacific Command’s Army component commander in Hawaii has been looking forward to the Nov. 12-14 exercises “for some time”, as the Army will host the People’s Liberation Army soldiers of China to train together in a field environment, simulating humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to a fictional third country.
“Summing up his expectations for the joint exercise, Locklear said both militaries can learn something in disaster management and “better prepare tomorrow than yesterday”.
“In relation to our ability to do this with our Chinese counterparts”, he said, “this kind ofexercise gives us a place to start, and get into the rhythm of understanding and trusting each other.”
“The joint exercise was announced during an August visit to Washington by Chinese Minister of National Defense Chang Wanquan, as China and the United States expand their military-to-military relationship and explore cooperation opportunities in non-traditional security areas.”
On August 19, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel escorted China Minister of National Defense Gen. Wanquan during an honor cordon at the Pentagon.
In a same day press conference, Gen. Wanquan said China’s military has never supported any hacker actions, expressing at the joint press conference that the cyber space is a new field and cyberspace security threats have become a world wide problem. “China is one of the major victims of hacker attacks, suffering serious threats from network attacks,” he said.
Meanwhile, let’s hope the last one out of the GridEx 2 simulation exercise turns North America’s lights back on.
China Deploys New Bomber with Long-Range Land Attack Missile
Bill Gertz FreeBeacon, November 7, 2013 4:35 pm
China’s military recently deployed an upgraded strategic bomber that will carry the military’s new long-range land attack cruise missile, capable of attacking Hawaii and Guam, according to a draft congressional report.
The Oct. 8 draft of the forthcoming report of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission also reveals that China has developed a new armed drone nearly identical to U.S. military’s Reaper. The Chinese missile-firing drone likely was developed through Chinese cyber espionage against U.S. defense contractors.
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7 Egyptian Christians, Florida pastor sentenced to death for anti-Islam film

Published November 28, 2012
Associated Press

CAIRO –  An Egyptian court convicted in absentia Wednesday seven Egyptian Coptic Christians and a Florida-based American pastor, sentencing them to death on charges linked to an anti-Islam film that had sparked riots in parts of the Muslim world.
The case was seen as largely symbolic because the defendants, most of whom live in the United States, are all outside Egypt and are thus unlikely to ever face the verdict. The charges were issued in September amid a wave of public outrage in Egypt over the amateur film, which was produced by an Egyptian-American Copt.
The low-budget “Innocence of Muslims,” parts of which were made available online, portrays the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, womanizer and buffoon.
Egypt’s official news agency said the court found the defendants guilty of harming national unity, insulting and publicly attacking Islam, and spreading false information — charges that carry the death sentence.
Maximum sentences are common in cases tried in absentia in Egypt. Capital punishment decisions are reviewed by the country’s chief religious authority, who must approve or reject the sentence. A final verdict is scheduled on Jan. 29.
The man behind the film, Mark Basseley Youssef, is among those convicted. He was sentenced in a California court earlier this month to a year in federal prison for probation violations in an unrelated matter. Youssef, 55, admitted that he had used several false names in violation of his probation order and obtained a driver’s license under a false name. He was on probation for a bank fraud case.
Florida-based Terry Jones, another of those sentenced, is the pastor of Dove World Outreach, a church of less than 50 members in Gainesville, Fla., not far from the University of Florida. He has said he was contacted by the filmmaker to promote the film, as well as Morris Sadek, a conservative Coptic Christian in the U.S. who posted the video clips on his website, were also among those charged.
In a telephone interview Wednesday, Jones said the ruling “shows the true face of Islam” — one that he views as intolerant of dissent and opposed to basic freedoms of speech and religion.
“We can speak out here in America,” Jones said. “That freedom means that we criticize government leadership, religion even at times. Islam is not a religion that tolerates any type of criticism.”
The connection of the other five sentenced by the court was not immediately clear. They include two who work with Sadek at a radical Coptic group in the U.S. that has called for an independent Coptic state, a priest who hosts TV programs from the U.S., and a lawyer living in Canada who has previously sued the Egyptian state over riots in 2000 that left 21 Christians dead.
The other person is a woman who converted to Christianity and is a staunch critic of Islam.
The official news report said that during the trial, the court reviewed a video of some defendants calling for an independent Coptic state in Egypt, and another of Jones burning the Quran, Islam’s holy book. The prosecutor asked for the maximum sentence, accusing those charged of seeking to divide Egypt and incite sedition. All of the defendants, except Jones, hold Egyptian nationality, the agency added.
Some Christians and human rights groups worry that prosecutions for insulting religion, which existed to a degree under the secular-leaning regime of Hosni Mubarak, will now increase with the ascent of Islamists to power.
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