Monday, January 18, 2010

Jesus Christ: Extraterrestrial



A Baptist so-called "Moderator" on the pro-censorship and anti-freedom of speech website Christian Forums banned me for saying Jesus Christ is an extraterrestrial.

According to the so-called Christian "moderator," who has obviously never read the Bible, it is blasphemy to believe that Jesus Christ's words are true.

"...ye are of this world; I am not of this world." -- Jesus Christ, extraterrestrial, John 8:23

"My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence." -- Jesus Christ, extraterrestrial, John 18:36

16 comments:

KV said...

OIM,

You are sick. Get help.

What you are doing is equivalent to "Your Mama so ugly or fat" jokes; except, it is Christ instead of "Mama".

OilIsMastery said...

KV,

Exactly what part of of "I am not of this world" don't you understand?

L2read.

Fungus FitzJuggler III said...

KV
You have accused ol' OIM of blasphemy..... that is a crime and we must stone him, says so in the "good" book?

What did Joshua mean when he said that? And why did the tinkerers leave it in most editions of the bible?

I actually doubt he had a flying saucer but access to superior medicine would explain the resurrection an' all?

Fungus FitzJuggler III said...

OIM
I have a question for you. What happened to the offspring of the daughters of men and the (elohim) etc that did not maintain knowledge of their origins?

Did they degenerate into a herd of easily led and rather dim animals who had a rudimentary awareness but used the emotional and sensual side of their dual nature and not the intellectual and intuitive side?

Now please remember not to inflame your readers who come here for your wisdom....

KV said...

OIM,

Re-read my comment to you. Here is how I see it: if John were to say “Jesus the Extraterrestrial” it is correct to attribute such sayings to John, but not to Jesus, as you have done. It is John’s views, got it?

What if John misunderstood what Jesus really said? What is the “the world” were to mean the state of the society and life then existed in the desert? What if Jesus was only trying to convey he has changed, and he is not of this world -anymore? You need to learn how to grasp the message from the words that are in front of you in the books: think of these words as the kingdom, and you as a man who does not see it.

Now, take a step and say a nasty joke about your Mama to yourself while looking in the mirror and see how it feels…

I think I have given you enough to reflect on and correct your ways.

FF,

I have not accused OIM of blasphemy; I have gently suggested to him to seek help.

Quantum_Flux said...

What OIM has said makes more sense than what most Christians say.

KV said...

QF,

Your post regarding OIM is wrong and it only serves to keep OIM doing what he does, which is clip quotes without reading or understanding anything.

What do the Christians say? How do you know that? How many different types of Christians are there? What does OIM believe? How much more sense does it make?

Quantum_Flux said...

The creative things that OIM believes are better than a random letter generator, plus sometimes those unconventional beliefs make sense. For instance, it becomes a lot more concievable that extraterrestrials have visited Earth in the past if dark matter and dark energy, perhaps general relativity are incomplete, perhaps strong magnetic fields could have launched spacecraft around or something, in the same manner that galaxies are held together, somehow. Anyhow, there is a lot of uncertainty in scientific models, particularly in astronomy, and hence there is a lot of room for speculation, especially outside of the dogma box for explaining unexplained things.

I'm not saying that OIM is correct or incorrect, but it does seem more reasonable that Jesus may have been an extraterrestrial than to conclude that Jesus is a bearded white guy who watches everybody having sex.

Quantum_Flux said...

Revelation 7:1 And after these things I saw four angels standing on the four corners of the earth, holding the four winds of the earth, that the wind should not blow on the earth, nor on the sea, nor on any tree.
7:2 And I saw another angel ascending from the east, having the seal of the living God: and he cried with a loud voice to the four angels, to whom it was given to hurt the earth and the sea,

....that is a description of one majorly beamfucked character KV.

Quantum_Flux said...

^^^^Perhaps that "loud voice" was a sonic boom, that "holding back the winds" was a shock wave, perhaps the "seal of God" was actually a tractor beam.

OilIsMastery said...

KV,

Anyone who has seen Avatar now knows exactly what was going on with Jesus.

KV said...

QF,

How does it matter whether Jesus was an ET or not, if one does not want to follow and expand on his teachings?

OIM wants to confront morbidly ignorants with a proposition that threatens their very existence. It is like telling nasty stuff about Allah to a believer who has a sword in his hand...

If OIM, in his work of collecting quotable clippings, somehow may have developed an insight about Jesus' origins, then he should write up as an article and put it up here for others to critique. But, for him to make assertions supported by paintings done by some 1000 years later, does not cut it.

Finally, your comment that "....that is a description of one majorly beamfucked character..." or, man they had some really good mushrooms or stuff for trips...


OIM,

Avatar is a movie, and a beautiful one at that. Now did you start clipping the quotes from Avatar too?

Quantum_Flux said...

perhaps taking mushrooms is a form of beamfuckery

Jeffery Keown said...

Anyone who has seen Avatar now knows exactly what was going on with Jesus.

Then, you are saying He wasn't divine, and didn't pay the price for Original Sin? This, if you didn't know, is the central tenet of their faith.

And you wonder why you were kicked off of Christian Forums? Heck, even an Islamist thinks Jesus was a prophet of a sort.

You reduce him to a mere biological shell with an alien mind emulation running for 33 years. Good job.

Mindbender said...
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Mindbender said...

Jesus was an Alien, no doubts about it. Or he never said it. The bible remember is the greatest work of fiction ever created.