bathroom demon at work
- I have seen some seriously stupid things at World Net Daily over the years (Amero hysteria, anyone?), but this takes the cake: “Family Spooked as ‘Satan’ Possesses New Bathroom“. As with the famous faces of Belmez, a family in Budapest thinks one of their shower tiles has mysteriously formed an image that could be the Devil. Or Max Headroom.
- I know a lot of people didn’t like the movie Salt, but to my knowledge the blogger at Three Dead Words is the only reviewer to describe it as “more NWO e-Mein Kampf Mind Control Slave Super Spy Stuff”. She is also quite certain that actor Liev Schreiber is an “induced MPD/programmed multiple/MC slave by leave of the U.S. federal gov’t CIA black ops....trauma-bonded to his abuser mother under the directions of some CIA/Jesuit directed MONARCH MC programmer’s demands.” Conspiranoid-to-English translation: Schreiber was brainwashed by his eccentric mother, the U.S. government, and priests (even though he’s Jewish).
- This just doesn’t seem ethical. How could you be sure the aliens know what they’re getting into?
- Glenn Beck recommending the work of a racist, anti-Semitic, fascist-loving conspiracy theorist – why does this not surprise? Clearly, he hasn’t hired a fact-checker since his brush with Nazism.
I believe Vatican rules these days would require the aliens to be catechized and take classes Christian belief before they were baptized.
Another fine day in the land. Thanks for rounding up the weird for us.
Brother Guy is a genuine node of weirdness. A Jesuit, who searches for extraterrestrial objects in Antarctica?(For real. As the article notes, he's curator of the meteorite collection. Antarctica is a good place to look for meteorites, because if you find a rock on the ice – there's only place it could have come from. He wrote about his Antarctic trip in his book Brother Astronomer.)I've known him for years: he's an extremely ethical fellow, and I think he'd take great care to insure that the alien understood what baptism represents.
Well, what can I say? If an alien wants to be baptized and has met all requirements, it's up to him (or her, or it, or whatever)! Exotheology is not my specialty. 😉