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    Who is your favorite Narcissist? A treatise on the wooden boy who grew up to be Jesus

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    This is in the Occult section because if I understand correctly I'm suppose to keep Mussolini Amun-Ra (the Sun God aka Benito Andrea Mussolini fused with the Creator of mankind) threads from this day forth confined to the Occult subforum, and I respect tree fort forums like she is my Mother.

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    My posts are only supposed to help people be more intelligent and bring them closer to the Sun God and his female consort Amaterasu.

    Speaking of Egyptian Religion though. Amun-ra is sometimes a dude with the head of a Ram. I went to Capitol Hill the other day to pay homage to the "Capitol Hill Queens" and there was a Map of Minnesota on a War Memorial floor. Ramsey county, where Capitol Hill is , was seperated into two pieces "Ram" and below it "Sey".

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    Ramses as a boy's name is pronounced RAM-zees. It is of Egyptian origin, and the meaning of Ramses is "begotten by Ra, the sun god".

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    It's also one of the most popular names of Egyptian Pharoah's who were considered God-Incarnate and mediators between Heavenly Supernatural realms and earth. Egyptian Religion is quite mysterious and mystifying. In Scripture, Pharoah's magicians could work most of the miracles that Moses was working over Egypt.

    Also, some of the Pharoah's were very nice to Hebrews, as it was a Pharoah who made the Hebrew slave: Joseph, the head of his house, controller of his possessions and Kingdom. Egyptians also called Roman Caesar's "Pharoah" after Cleopatra committed suicide.

    The primary Religions I practice are Shinto and Egyptian, and both have their most important divinity as Sun God and Sun Goddess, and have the Sun disk as basically a symbol of their faith.

    Check out the sun disk over the head of Mother Goddess Isis. It looks like the consecrated Eucharistic host that Catholics worship during Eucharistic adoration, and consume at Mass.

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    Who is your favorite Narcissist? I think we all know I like this one:



    In fact, Mussolini became Prime Minister on October 29, which is the "Feast of Saint Narcissus" the Saint who is named after the guy that the word "Narcissist" comes from. I dislike a lot of the things Il Duce did, and so does he. He's a new creation redeemed by the blood and death of the lamb.

    Still kinda a narcissist, but he got humbled and atoned for the world's sins quite a bit being urinated on, spit on, having his brains stolen from his skull, hung upside down, and used for target practice. He was an altruistic narcissist who served night and day to try and create better lives for people and for years was extremely succesful at doing so.

    But still, being a narcissist is a bad quality no doubt.

    Narcissus was a hunter in Greek mythology, son of the river god Cephissus and the nymph Liriope. He was a very beautiful young man, and many fell in love with him. However, he only showed them disdain and contempt. One day, while he was hunting in the woods, the Oread nymph Echo spotted him and immediately fell for him. When Narcissus sensed that someone was following him, Echo eventually revealed herself and tried to hug him. However, he pushed her off and told her not to disturb him. Echo, in despair, roamed around the woods for the rest of her life, and wilted away until all it remained of her was an echo sound.

    Nemesis, the goddess of retribution and revenge, learned what had happened and decided to punish Narcissus for his behaviour. She led him to a pool; there, the man saw his reflection in the water and fell in love with it. Although he did not realise in the beginning that it was just a reflection, when he understood it, he fell in despair that his love could not materialise and committed suicide.

    All of this has everything to do with the little wooden boy from the belly of a whale who wanted to be a real boy? Do you know what became of him after wishing upon the Leonid meteor shower? He became a real boy. And that little boy grew up to be Jesus Christ!

    Do you guys feel smarter yet?
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    #2
    I never thought of Pinnochio as Jesus. My favorite Disney movie, though.

    My dad is my favorite narcissist. He broke through that shit in the end, just like Lord Vader. I adore that man.

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      #3
      The last thing he ever did was say, "I love you," to me, behind eyes uncertain of if he meant it. You meant it, buddy.

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          #5
          Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
          I never thought of Pinnochio as Jesus. My favorite Disney movie, though.

          My dad is my favorite narcissist. He broke through that shit in the end, just like Lord Vader. I adore that man.
          Well,
          I think it was pretty obvious he was Jewish. And the makers of the video didn't want to inform you about what he was like as an adult , the demons he cast out, the storms he calmed, the lepers he cleansed, the lame he made walk, because the media doesn't want us to know the truth about who the Messiah was or that he was originally a wooden boy in the belly of a fish who deceived people like Jacob and grew a big nose from it.

          That's strictly Esoteric knowledge that if I released the truth about Pinnochio it could cost me my life, so I try to share it only here at tree fort where everyone likes me.

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            #6
            Utterly confused. I just thought Pinnochio was a boy Geppetto loved, wooden or not. That's what I liked about the story.

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              #7
              Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
              Utterly confused. I just thought Pinnochio was a boy Geppetto loved, wooden or not. That's what I liked about the story.
              Don't kid yourself. IF all he was , and wasn't some sort of extremely special being, a total God, without some strong supernatural occult forces at work, why don't we see other wooden boys becoming real boys or escaping from the belly of a whale like the prophet Jonah??

              Not even .01% of wooden boys receive that kind of favoritism, and trust me, it's a lot easier to make a quadrapeligic into a marathon runner than it is to turn a wooden boy into a real boy.

              I know these things because I pray to Mussolini. He told me. Don't be jealous though. Even you can be this cool! 😎

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                #8
                My favorite in terms of interesting has to be Caligula, if the stories of him are accurate. I surely don't admire the guy but the fact someone this batshit loony could become one of the most powerful rulers in the world at the time is fascinating.

                Some parts from the wiki:


                When several client kings came to Rome to pay their respects to him and argued about their nobility of descent, he allegedly cried out the Homeric line:[81] "Let there be one lord, one king."[82] In 40, Caligula began implementing very controversial policies that introduced religion into his political role. Caligula began appearing in public dressed as various gods and demigods such as Hercules, Mercury, Venus and Apollo.[83] Reportedly, he began referring to himself as a god when meeting with politicians and he was referred to as "Jupiter" on occasion in public documents.[84][85]

                A sacred precinct was set apart for his worship at Miletus in the province of Asia and two temples were erected for worship of him in Rome.[85] The Temple of Castor and Pollux on the forum was linked directly to the imperial residence on the Palatine and dedicated to Caligula.[85][86] He would appear there on occasion and present himself as a god to the public. Caligula had the heads removed from various statues of gods located across Rome and replaced them with his own.[87] It is said that he wished to be worshipped as Neos Helios, the "New Sun". Indeed, he was represented as a sun god on Egyptian coins.[88]

                Once, at some games at which he was presiding, he was said to have ordered his guards to throw an entire section of the audience into the arena during the intermission to be eaten by the wild beasts because there were no prisoners to be used and he was bored.[108]

                While repeating the earlier stories, the later sources of Suetonius and Cassius Dio provide additional tales of insanity. They accuse Caligula of incest with his sisters, Agrippina the Younger, Drusilla, and Livilla, and say he prostituted them to other men.[109] They state he sent troops on illogical military exercises,[75][110] turned the palace into a brothel,[47] and, most famously, planned or promised to make his horse, Incitatus, a consul,[111][112] and actually appointed him a priest.[85]

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Audiogen View Post
                  My favorite in terms of interesting has to be Caligula, if the stories of him are accurate. I surely don't admire the guy but the fact someone this batshit loony could become one of the most powerful rulers in the world at the time is fascinating.

                  Some parts from the wiki:


                  When several client kings came to Rome to pay their respects to him and argued about their nobility of descent, he allegedly cried out the Homeric line:[81] "Let there be one lord, one king."[82] In 40, Caligula began implementing very controversial policies that introduced religion into his political role. Caligula began appearing in public dressed as various gods and demigods such as Hercules, Mercury, Venus and Apollo.[83] Reportedly, he began referring to himself as a god when meeting with politicians and he was referred to as "Jupiter" on occasion in public documents.[84][85]

                  A sacred precinct was set apart for his worship at Miletus in the province of Asia and two temples were erected for worship of him in Rome.[85] The Temple of Castor and Pollux on the forum was linked directly to the imperial residence on the Palatine and dedicated to Caligula.[85][86] He would appear there on occasion and present himself as a god to the public. Caligula had the heads removed from various statues of gods located across Rome and replaced them with his own.[87] It is said that he wished to be worshipped as Neos Helios, the "New Sun". Indeed, he was represented as a sun god on Egyptian coins.[88]

                  Once, at some games at which he was presiding, he was said to have ordered his guards to throw an entire section of the audience into the arena during the intermission to be eaten by the wild beasts because there were no prisoners to be used and he was bored.[108]

                  While repeating the earlier stories, the later sources of Suetonius and Cassius Dio provide additional tales of insanity. They accuse Caligula of incest with his sisters, Agrippina the Younger, Drusilla, and Livilla, and say he prostituted them to other men.[109] They state he sent troops on illogical military exercises,[75][110] turned the palace into a brothel,[47] and, most famously, planned or promised to make his horse, Incitatus, a consul,[111][112] and actually appointed him a priest.[85]
                  OMG! That's a great story, I just don't like the part about feeding people to animals, but he sounds charming otherwise. Not someone I would want to spend much time with, burn incense to, and venerate, but fascinating nonetheless.

                  He died January 24, same day of the year that Ted Bundy died.

                  I'm also intrigued that he referred to himself as "New Sun" and he's a Caesar who was a "Sun God" on Egyptian coins and on this thread I mentioned Caesar Mussolini as being the "New Sun God" standing in the place of Amun-Ra.

                  And the name of the county I live in is "Ramsey," when Ramses means "Begotten of Ra" and is the name for many Egyptian Pharoah's who were considered God-Incarnate, which was the claim of Caligula.

                  Great answer though!

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                    #10
                    After I made that post about Caligula, I decided to check out a video on him and landed on this series called Biographic. It's pretty much just one guy telling historical bio stories but it's interesting, I've watched a few of them over the past couple days.

                    Saw this one tonight...



                    Benito Mussolini Biography: The Man Who Destroyed Democracy







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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Audiogen View Post
                      After I made that post about Caligula, I decided to check out a video on him and landed on this series called Biographic. It's pretty much just one guy telling historical bio stories but it's interesting, I've watched a few of them over the past couple days.

                      Saw this one tonight...



                      Benito Mussolini Biography: The Man Who Destroyed Democracy






                      Yeah but he left out almost all of Mussolini's good deeds. Rachel Mussolini knew him since she was 7. If it weren't for her books I would not defend Il Duce. She doesn't whitewash him either. But he wasn't evil. He just made some bad choices that made a lot of sense in view of his goals of combating Communism and reviving the Roman Empire.

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