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Re: Renegade Review
Mar 19, 2002, 12:55
anon@198.139
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Re: Renegade Review Mar 19, 2002, 12:55
Mar 19, 2002, 12:55
anon@198.139
 
Apparently my reviews are not good enough to make the main page, but are they getting better???

Perhaps when the reviews become unbiased. Until then, I'm not going to put much worth in a review that faults a game for having a stone monolith in it! This is the 21st century and I'd like to believe that we've moved beyond such primitive belief systems. And when you choose to quote the Bible to back up your claims/concerns, please keep in mind that you haven't proven anything except that you are mindless sheep who can't think for himself.
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Re: Obelisks
Mar 19, 2002, 08:24
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Re: Obelisks Mar 19, 2002, 08:24
Mar 19, 2002, 08:24
 
All pagans love to worship the creature rather than the Creator [Romans 1:25]; therefore, every single pagan group in the world worships the Sex Act. Both Satanism and Freemasonry absolutely love the Obelisk. The Egyptians created the obelisk, believing that the spirit of the Sun god, Ra, dwelt in there. [H.L. Hayward, Symbolic Masonry: An Interpretation of the Three Degrees, Washington, D.C., Masonic Service Association of the United States, 1923, p. 207; 'Two Pillars' Short Talk Bulletin, Sept., 1935, Vol. 13, No 9; Charles Clyde Hunt, Some Thoughts On
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oh boy, here we go.

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Re: Obelisks
Mar 19, 2002, 08:08
Eon
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Re: Obelisks Mar 19, 2002, 08:08
Mar 19, 2002, 08:08
Eon
 
W00t - nothing like an assload of propaganda in the place of an argument.

Don't quote the bible - that's like quoting Mein Kampf to say that the Nazi's were okay guys.

Sometimes a monolithic standing stone is JUST a monolithic standing stone. And if you can't get the difference between Egypt, European Paganism and FreeMasonary then you shouldn't REALLY be talking about such things in public.

God didn't destroy Baals Obelisks, men went in - killed his priests, pulled down his temple and burned the damn things. Much the same as men have always defiled the cultures of conquered people - wonder why Constantinople is now Istanbul?


Eon

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Re: Obelisks
Mar 19, 2002, 06:31
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Re: Obelisks Mar 19, 2002, 06:31
Mar 19, 2002, 06:31
 
All pagans love to worship the creature rather than the Creator [Romans 1:25]; therefore, every single pagan group in the world worships the Sex Act. Both Satanism and Freemasonry absolutely love the Obelisk. The Egyptians created the obelisk, believing that the spirit of the Sun god, Ra, dwelt in there. [H.L. Hayward, Symbolic Masonry: An Interpretation of the Three Degrees, Washington, D.C., Masonic Service Association of the United States, 1923, p. 207; 'Two Pillars' Short Talk Bulletin, Sept., 1935, Vol. 13, No 9; Charles Clyde Hunt, Some Thoughts On Masonic Symbolism, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1930, p. 101]

Satanists -- and Invisible Masons -- also depict the obelisk as the erect male organ. One Luciferian author writes that "... the lingam [male phallus] was an upright pillar" [W. Wynn Wescott, Numbers: Their Occult Power and Mystic Virtues, Theosophical Publishing Society, 1902, p. 33] A Masonic author both admit that these pillars of the obelisk were used to represent sex [Haywood, quoted above, p. 206-7 and Rollin C. Blackmer, The Lodge and the Craft: A Practical Explanation of the Work of Freemasonry, St. Louis, The Standard Masonic Publishing Co., 1923, p. 94]

In the Bible, we see the obelisk in use in Baal worship, the priests killed on God's orders, and the obelisks destroyed. Listen to the account i which God destroyed these obelisks: ""… King Jehu said to the guards and to the officers, 'Go in and slay them; let none escape'. And they smote them with the sword; and the guards before the king threw their bodies out, and went into the inner dwelling of the house of Baal. They brought out the obelisks [pillars] of the house of Baal and burned them." [2 Kings 10:26, Amplified Bible]



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Re: Obelisks
Mar 19, 2002, 05:44
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Re: Obelisks Mar 19, 2002, 05:44
Mar 19, 2002, 05:44
 
Well, if Obelisks represent the male organ, guess what church doors represent? That's right...

Oh yes. And don't forget the fruit on the tree of knowledge!

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Obelisks
Mar 19, 2002, 04:28
Eon
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Obelisks Mar 19, 2002, 04:28
Mar 19, 2002, 04:28
Eon
 
Apparently Obelisks, in fact, represent Protection and are used to break up actual and spiritual storms by piercing the clouds.

There you have it people - as Freud would say, sometimes a cigar is JUST a cigar.

Eon

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Re: Obelisks
Mar 19, 2002, 02:22
anon@212.83
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Re: Obelisks Mar 19, 2002, 02:22
Mar 19, 2002, 02:22
anon@212.83
 
If you research obelisks, they symbolize a male organ.

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Re: Obelisks
Mar 18, 2002, 15:34
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Re: Obelisks Mar 18, 2002, 15:34
Mar 18, 2002, 15:34
 
If you research obelisks, they symbolize a male organ.

A Casavant Organ?

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Re: Obelisks
Mar 18, 2002, 13:56
Eon
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Re: Obelisks Mar 18, 2002, 13:56
Mar 18, 2002, 13:56
Eon
 
Well, if Obelisks represent the male organ, guess what church doors represent? That's right...

Eon

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Obelisks
Mar 18, 2002, 13:46
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Obelisks Mar 18, 2002, 13:46
Mar 18, 2002, 13:46
 
it's mentioned as a side note. If you research obelisks, they symbolize a male organ. Viagra anyone?

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Re: Renegade Review
Mar 18, 2002, 13:03
anon@198.139
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Re: Renegade Review Mar 18, 2002, 13:03
Mar 18, 2002, 13:03
anon@198.139
 
In the CCGR review, Renegade gets an "Appropriate" rating of C for, among other things, "obelisks in the game"!

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Re: GameSpy Arcade
Mar 18, 2002, 11:50
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Re: GameSpy Arcade Mar 18, 2002, 11:50
Mar 18, 2002, 11:50
 
be gone daemon!

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GameSpy Arcade
Mar 18, 2002, 11:49
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GameSpy Arcade Mar 18, 2002, 11:49
Mar 18, 2002, 11:49
 
The ads are annoying but it sure makes finding UT games a lot easier and searchable!

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Re: Renegade Review
Mar 18, 2002, 11:41
anon@193.79
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Re: Renegade Review Mar 18, 2002, 11:41
Mar 18, 2002, 11:41
anon@193.79
 
"it comes with Game Spy Arcade, which is good to have."
I cant believe I just read this. My brain is melting.
Oh and I believe the game is NOT revolutionary. But oh well.
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Renegade Review
Mar 18, 2002, 09:26
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Renegade Review Mar 18, 2002, 09:26
Mar 18, 2002, 09:26
 
Christian Computer Game Reviews did a review on Renegade it got an 80% Check it out. http://www.ccgr.org/cncr.htm

Apparently my reviews are not good enough to make the main page, but are they getting better???

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