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PostSubject: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 3:03 pm

http://www.examiner.com/article/was-hurricane-isaac-god-s-punishment-for-a-new-orleans-lgbt-festival

It's a concept the majority of our world considers insane, but is it really that far fetched? Ok sure, funny meme guys, but you're not thinking from a logical perspective, and especially not one of intelligent intervenience. If an area is prone to hurricanes, don't you think this could simply mean that the area is corrupt? Blaming it on Hurricane Season? And is our G-d not the Almighty G-d of all seasons?

New Orleans, Louisiana is the center of devil-worship in the United States. Voodoo priestesses run rampant, there's a tarot reader on every corner. Their French Quarter holds a museum for this dark art, an art that tends to be best performed by none other than the dark race herself, those originating from the dark continent. A reference, of course, to African-Americans. I'm reminded of such a wickedly enticing character as Tia Dalma, portrayed in The Pirates Of The Carribean: Dead Man's Chest.

Wana know what's weird?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0383574/trivia

The woman who plays this character was also working on scenes for Miami Vice, and many of the scenes in the Pirates Of The Carribean take place somewhere referred to as "Cannibal Island".

On May 26th of this year, a man they call the Miami Zombie, cannibalistically ate off another man's face while living homeless on the streets. The man was allegedly high on bath salts but that turned out not to be the case, in fact, a new story began to unfold, one connected to our Hollywood tale of Voodoo curses- his girlfriend believes he was under the influence.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/05/31/girlfriend-of-rudy-eugene-miami-cannibal-_n_1559118.html

And zombies are directly related to Voodoo magic, originating from Haiti, where word has it they revive their dead for slave labor on sugar plantations...

http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2004/12/09/1260445.htm


In addition to these odd connections, New Orleans's football team is called "New Orleans VooDoo" and the football team in Miami? "Miami Hurricanes".

First Hurricane Katrina hits the general area and causes a nationwide catastrophe, and then comes Hurricane Isaac 7 years to the date, to the very date, landing in the same exact spot. This, to me, yields SIGN.

Horrific catastrophes do happen to gravitate toward paganistic landscapes, look at Haiti in 2010. Haiti is a poor and desperate, cursed island and is Voodoo central. And no one finds it the least bit suspicious...

The United States is a largely Christian nation, that if G-d were to really exist and try to punish those who are corrupting this blessed nation, would most likely choose the area he condemns. Earthquakes in San Francisco, for instance.

Two very prominent public figures that aren't afraid to speak out about this include Michelle Bachmann and Glenn Beck, who both have German last names. Of which, I also don't find coincidental, but that's just me.

I think it takes a certain level of intelligence to recognize intelligent design, an unpopular sentiment that our growing atheistic population severely lacks. They're mocked by left-wing liberals and really don't care as they're not here to please the majority.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 3:51 pm

Spoooooky....

I can't imagine any actor playing a fake character who was not actually connected.

I bet we can find all sorts of connections if we really try hard enough.
It'll make it appear like we are seeing order in the chaos.

Man, you are fucked up girl.

Buy some cats.
You are definitely going to need them.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:08 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:09 pm

And I have kitties! Lots...
They make good companions, but they see the world as boring as you do. Everything comes together just because...


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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:12 pm

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I think it takes a certain level of intelligence...

You're probably right.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:13 pm

Yeah your kind, right?
It's how you turn your stupidity into a gift.

You do understand how you can find patterns in just about anything, don't ya?
If not their names then their ages or their music or their favorite color or their clothes or the date of their birth or the names of their wives their kids...whatever.
If the numbers don't add up in their last names, try their last names...try their address.

You do understand, with your "level of intelligence", that this is a product of insecurity....like how you gravitated to older males ro authoritarian ones because you lacked that order in your life.
You do understand how God is the ultimate order, right?


Those cats will come in handy when you are old and shriveled.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:15 pm

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And I have kitties! Lots...
They make good companions, but they see the world as boring as you do. Everything comes together just because...
Is that what I think, tuts?

Wow, you re fucked-up.

Slautghtzy is a boy who might need your compassion.


Slaughtz, buddy, trust me on this...she's hot....nothing else, but definitely hot.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:21 pm

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....nothing else

I don't need to trust you when I see it right in front of me. I thought that it was humorous.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:23 pm

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Yeah your kind, right?
It's how you turn your stupidity into a gift.

You do understand how you can find patterns in just about anything, don't ya?

What does that have to do with it? How does this disprove its leading torwards a higher order?

This is what I'm saying, it's you who makes no sense.

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If not their names then their ages or their music or their favorite color or their clothes of thew date of their birth or the names of their wives their kids... whatever.

Yes, it's called picking up on synchronicity, a term attributed to Carl Jung. One of those dirty Jews with higher intelligence that you so despise.

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You do understand, with your "level of intelligence", that this is a product of insecurity....like how you gravitated to older males ro authoritarian ones because you lacked that order in your life.

Are you sure I don't just prefer men with more experience and maturity? And it's true, I don't go for the older ones anymore. I consider younger guys to be a bit more uplifting, fun, fresh, new. Someone to grow with.


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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:25 pm

Nothing is random...not even an Earthquake.

Well, at least it isn't random in regards to human intervention. You see it's all about humanity.
If an ape dies in the forest it means something about men; some human deity is sending subliminal messages.

Some deeper meaning must be found to make the chaotic seem ordered.
The order must always centralize around us....me....I.

If a dude passes in front of my yard it's because of me.
If a plane crashes then I'm involved...there's something in it about me and my miserable life.
It's all about me.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:28 pm

Right, because you're not here, and you don't matter in the grand scheme of things...in all reality, if there is a higher order, a deity, he probably hates you.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:29 pm

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What does that have to do with it? How does this disprove its leading torwards a higher order?
I know, girly...and it's not your tiny brain that constructs order in the chaos but it preexists in the beyond.

Poison IV wrote:
This is what I'm saying, it's you who makes no sense.
It's because of your "higher intelligence".

Poison IV wrote:
Yes, it's called picking up on synchronicity, a term attributed to Carl Jung. One of those dirty Jews with higher intelligence that you so dispise.
Ha!!
This is funny on multiple levels.

Poison IV wrote:
Are you sure I don't just prefer men with more experience and maturity? And it's true, I don't go for the older ones anymore. I consider younger guys to be a bit more uplifting, fun, fresh, new. Someone to grow with.
It's because they are too taken by their genitals to care what comes out of your mouth; they only care what goes into it.
"Uplifting" indeed.
Imagine a hormonally dominated mindless twerp and how happy he is to be getting his rocks off, even if it is by a weird, dumb chick with a nice ass.

I see cats in your future.
Lots and lots of them.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:31 pm

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Right, because you're not here, and you don't matter in the grand scheme of things...in all reality, if there is a higher order, a deity, he probably hates you.
Of course I do, dear...in a universe with billions of galaxies, each with billions of stars, I matter just that much.
I matter more than you, because you are just crazy.

Hate is a sin, dear.
If god loves you you should expect to be joining Him soon.
Your kind of god loves imbeciles. Look how popular He is with them.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:34 pm

Can you disprove higher order?

Or do you just whine and moan about how insignificant you are, and how stupid I am?
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:09 pm

Retard, you claim a "higher order" and so the burden of proof is upon you.

If it were the other way around, you moron, then anyone can claim anything and it would be considered fact until someone disproved it.

Disprove Unicorns or Leprechauns, you simplistic moron.


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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:28 pm

Have I offended someone?


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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:35 pm

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Have I offended someone?
Oh man...the pity fallback position.

Stupidity is offensive, yes.
When ti comes dressed in "reason" and remains stupidity it is hypocritical and conniving.

Shut your mouth, find a boyfriend, share with him your imaginings and the symbols and your "ideas" but never soil the world with them.
Believe in ghosts, in Vampires...who the fuck cares...you come here thinking you have a point then prepare to be exposed as what you are.

And you used the "prove God does not exist" method?
Wow...girl you are regressing.....stunting....reverting....your genes pull you back to where you belong.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Isaac punishment? Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:44 pm

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Poison> Yes, it's called picking up on synchronicity, a term attributed to Carl Jung. One of those dirty Jews with higher intelligence that you so despise.

I thought so about you...

"Apophenia is the experience of seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data.
The term was coined in 1958 by Klaus Conrad,[1] who defined it as the "unmotivated seeing of connections" accompanied by a "specific experience of an abnormal meaningfulness", but it has come to represent the human tendency to seek patterns in random information in general (such as with gambling), paranormal phenomena, and religion.[2]

A common example of perceived, but non-existent pattern are paranormal sightings, including sightings of ghosts, Unidentified Flying Objects, cryptozoology, etc., which may be due to apophenia.

The attempt to foretell the future, present, or past by finding patterns in animal entrails, tossed sticks, or by picking random passages from a holy text are often cited as examples of apophenia. A more extreme example is the pareidolia associated with finding the faces of religious figures in pieces of toast, the grain of cut wood, or other such patterns.[8]
Recent real-world examples include the finding of a cross inside a halved potato;[9] the appearance of Jesus and Mary inside a halved orange;[10] and the appearance of Jesus' face on a piece of toast,[11] in the frost on a car window,[12] and inside the lid of a jar of Marmite.[13]

Synchronicity
Carl Jung coined the term synchronicity for the "simultaneous occurrence of two meaningful but not causally connected events" creating a significant realm of philosophical exploration. This attempt at finding patterns within a world where coincidence does not exist possibly involves apophenia if a person's perspective attributes their own causation to a series of events. "Synchronicity therefore means the simultaneous occurrence of a certain psychic state with one or more external events which appear as meaningful parallels to a momentary subjective state". (C. Jung, 1960)

Pareidolia is a type of apophenia involving the perception of images or sounds in random stimuli, for example, hearing a ringing phone while taking a shower. The noise produced by the running water gives a random background from which the patterned sound of a ringing phone might be "produced". A more common human experience is perceiving faces in inanimate objects; this phenomenon is not surprising in light of how much processing the brain does in order to memorize and recall the faces of hundreds or thousands of different individuals. In one respect, the brain is a facial recognition, storage, and recall machine - and it is very good at it. A byproduct of this acumen at recognizing faces is that people see faces even where there is no face: the headlights & grill of an automobile can appear to be "grinning", individuals around the world can see the "Man in the Moon", and a drawing consisting of only three circles and a line which even children will identify as a face are everyday examples of this.[15]"

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