Monday, May 26, 2008

KIDS: A Culinary DELIGHT?

QUIZ QUESTION: Number of times the christian bible mentions kids as a dinner dish: ___.

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ANSWER: At least six different biblical verses are about cannibalizing kids.
(I haven’t read the entire Bible, so I might have missed a few):

EATING YOUR KIDS #1
“And thou shalt eat the fruit of thine own body, the flesh of thy sons and of thy daughters.”-- Deuteronomy 28.53

EATING YOUR KIDS #2
“So that he will not give to any of them of the flesh of his children whom he shall eat.”-- Deuteronomy 28.55

EATING YOUR KIDS #3
“This woman said unto me, Give thy son, that we may eat him to day, and we will eat my son tomorrow. So we boiled my son, and did eat him.”-- 2 Kings 6.28-29

EATING YOUR KIDS #4
“And I will cause them to eat the flesh of their sons and the flesh of their daughters, and they shall eat every one the flesh of his friend.”—Jeremiah 19.9

EATING YOUR KIDS #5
“The hands of the pitiful women have sodden their own children: they were their meat.”-- Lamentations 4.10

EATING YOUR KIDS #6
“The fathers shall eat the sons in the midst of thee, and the sons shall eat their fathers.”-- Ezekiel 5.10

PLEASE go read previous posts on this blog about “Starvation Culture.” It’s pitifully apparent that the bible is based on a culture set up long ago by psychotic, starving people. One of the behavioral hallmarks of long-term starving peoples is that they often cannibalize their own biological children.

For an explanation of Starvation Culture see the posts on this blog of March 1-8, 2006. Or, preorder a copy of Switching to Goddess, which has a detailed explanation (go to Amazon.com to preorder).

Although I try to keep this blog light, this is heavy stuff. America calls itself a "Christian country." We seem blind to the psychotic sickness we're following.

IMO, no way we'll be anything but psychos ourselves -- until we bump off Jehovah, Yahweh, Allah, Indra and the other sicko gods pumping poison into our planet, into our Mother, the Earth.

If ya can't believe all this is for real, go check out these verses yourself. And if yur 2 tired to root out your hard-copy bible, truck on over to BibleGateway.com.
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thnx to evaxebra for the foto; go HERE to see more of her work.

8 comments:

Mama Kelly said...

I have to say I was unfamiliar with these choice tidbits. I found them to be upsetting and disturbing both.

I did however, upon my own reading find that quote #3 is from 2 Kings 6.28-29 not 1 Kings. Figured you'd want to fix it.

Blessings

Mama Kelly

Athana said...

Thnx mama kelly. You're right. I'd like to fix that (and will).

Blessings to you too.

Anne Johnson said...

Sounds like the kind of curses mean old jealous Yahweh rained down on his praise and worship team. Bad deity, bad! No eating your children!

Anti-thesisofreason said...

Yer makin me hungry! ! !

Just kidding :-)

Athana said...

Just reading an article that mentions the new book "*God's Problem* (HarperOne, 2008), which questions how a loving God could permit human suffering...."

Excuse for a minute (HA, HA, HA, HA, HAHAHA, HA, HA, HARDY HAR! HAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHA!!). Ahem.

A "loving" god?!?

"Permit" human suffering?!?

The dude is the prime architect of human suffering!

Christians are so in need of a grip on reality.

Thalia said...

When I first saw that picture of the woman in blue/zebra at the stove I was astonished just how much she looked like my mother, circa 1962. It's quite uncanny, actually.

Then I actually read your post, and the fact that she looks like my own mother has me more than a little wigged out...

The worst part is that she's an absolutely terrible cook, so even if I were to make it in the pot, she'd burn it. And that's just insulting.

Oh dear. I just realized one of the presents I got from her this Christmas was a children's book on the Donner Party (for serious)!

Yikes!

Athana said...

thalia, guess what happens when you put "Donner Party" into Amazon.com's search box. Amazon says "Did you mean 'dinner party'?"

Personally, I think you ought to remove either the Donner Party book or the Bible from your mother's home. Leave one or the other, but both together might give her ideas.

BTW, I grew up with burned for dinner. Until I got to college, I didn't know ordinary people ate food that were colors other than black. What is it, I wonder, about mothers who seem born to burn food?

Thalia said...

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thalia, guess what happens when you put "Donner Party" into Amazon.com's search box. Amazon says "Did you mean 'dinner party'?"

Oh no!!!!!

Luckily, she's not at all a Biblical sort. There is a Bible in the house, but that's only because I stole one a few years back from the Gideons, just so I'd have it as reference material. I doubt she's ever cracked it open, and probably doesn't even know it's here. Whew!