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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Student claims she was fed question for Clinton -

Student claims she was fed question for Clinton - "The college student who was told what question to ask at one of New York Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign events says 'voters have the right to know what happened' and she wasn't the only one who was planted."
Hillary's dream cannot stand the hard evidence.

Humanism and sorcery are very closely related. Because reality is the enemy of both systems the true believer in them must seek to manipulate reality to fit the imaginations of their own hearts.

The humanist does it by lies and cheating, whether it is the student who cheats on the test; the professor who plagiarizes; or the politician to pretends to be something other than he is; or the pseudo-scientist who fakes the evidence to make global warming or evolution appear to be true.

The sorcery does it by magic spells and incantations and runic rhymes.

Then the practitioner, whether of the humanist or sorcerer denomination assents to his imagination and pretends that his artifice has created a new reality, and gives his life and strength to his dream. Sorcery and the occult were important aspects of the Third Reich, of communism, and increasingly, of American politics.

"Follow your dream" can be a mantra of the occult and sorcery if the dream has no basis in reality.

History and creation and hard facts are the enemies of humanism and sorcery, so they must be denied, manipulated, or misrepresented in order for the vanity of the dream can be attempted.

Won't work, of course. History and reality and creation are alike the work of God. When the storms come, the houses built upon the sand of man's imagination will come tumbling down.

"The prophet that hath a dream, let him tell a dream; and he that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully. What is the chaff to the wheat? saith the LORD." Jer. 23:28


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