Easter Sunday Food Consecration in Csíkszereda, Erdély – 2013 [Photo Report]

Sunday, March 31, 2013

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Anonymous said...

Infrared Tests Show Shroud of Turin NOT Medieveal Fake It Most Likely Shows Christ at the Moment of Resurrection

John 11:25 - ” I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.”

The Daily Mail 28 March 2013: Researchers used forensic tests to compare fibres from the shroud with a range of ancient fabric samples. And they discovered that the material could have been made in Jesus’s lifetime.

Their results contradict a landmark 1988 study, spearheaded by the British Museum, which used carbon dating to examine the cloth.
Key to the findings are three new tests, two chemical ones and one mechanical, the first two were carried out using infra-red light, and the other using Raman spectroscopy - which measures radiation through wavelengths and is commonly used in forensic science.

The results dated the fibres from the cloth to a period between 300BC to 400AD, which covers the years of Christ’s life...

Anonymous said...

For the Love of Christ

The struggle against the Money Power and its Usury is only the physical arm of the real spiritual battle: the war against self. It is a way of showing that we are in this world, but not of it.

Usury and Deflation, which is not a lesser scourge, are two of the key ways for Satan to weaponize the love of money, which is the root of all evil.

Not only do they redistribute wealth to the rich, they create artificial scarcity of money.

Scarcity of money is yet another paradoxical monetary issue. Even today, while the world seems awash in cash, money is scarce in terms of Interest-Free Economics, because there is not enough money in circulation to provide for a fully operational economy. Scarcity of money hinders the match between supply and demand.

Money is scarce when there is all the capital we need and all the labor we need, while not all the work is getting done. That’s the situation today, like it has been for a very long time now.

Usury creates scarcity of money, because it systematically redistributes to the rich who recirculate only that part of their wealth they need for conspicuous consumption and ‘investments’ that will only further increase their wealth. Deflation is taking money out of circulation, so its relation to the theme is self-explanatory.

The love of money is the love of self
Because money is scarce, there is always unemployment. Because there is always unemployment, there is always an existential angst. Because there is this fundamental fear, people focus on survival, even at the cost of their brethren. Because they focus on survival instead of doing His will and relying on His abundant Providence, self grows. Because self grows, Christ dwindles.

Jesus taught we need take up our cross to follow Him. And for what is the cross? To crucify self on, of course. That is our main task, every day of our lives. Few hear of this in churches, because the many prefer the easy grace: proclaiming Jesus is Lord and singing nice songs in church on Sunday. To them Christianity is more a social occasion, a pleasant illusion to cover up their fear, shame and guilt. They are not saved, alas. They are the goats, sent to the left...

Getting our priorities straight

By combating Usury and Deflation we hope to alleviate the pressures of artificial scarcity and to provide people with a more relaxed lifestyle. The idea is that if we take away fear for survival, people will be less absorbed by material issues. Less prone to the love of money...

True reform, true economic liberation can only come from ending our preoccupation with self...

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