Sunday, July 06, 2008

First The Sweet, Then The Sour
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

I read a couple of postings this week-end I'd like to pass along to everyone. I think they're 1st rate.

Maybe it's because I'm getting old... but I could have sworn I read the following quote over on Dymphna's Road, but I couldn't find it when I went back to double check. Anyhow, the quote is factual; "It is better to have good priests rather than have many" - His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVIAlso, from my good goomba, Vir Simplex over at American Rumpo. Here's a teaser of a rather disturbing story; (the article in it's entirety is here); Democratic Party official accused in satanic rape, kidnap
Woman, husband said to shackle victims to beds, keep them in dog cages without food
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

A Democratic Party official and her husband are facing charges in connection with alleged satanic rituals involving the kidnap, rape and starvation of another couple in North Carolina.

Joy Johnson, 30, a vice-chairwoman of the Durham County Democratic Party and vice chairwoman of the Young Democrats, made an appearance in court yesterday after she and her spouse, Joseph Craig, were arrested Friday.

According to published and broadcast reports, prosecutors said a man and a woman met Craig through a shared interest in Satan worship, although the couple never consented to any physical abuse.

"This goes well above what they were interested in doing," Mark McCullough, an assistant district attorney, told WTVD-TV.

"Part of the allegations are that satanic worship is part of this case," he told the Raleigh News & Observer.

Along with her interest in the Democratic Party, Johnson is one of the driving forces of a New Age website called "Indigo Dawn," a name which, according to the site, was given to Johnson during a meditation vision.

"She decided to explore the New Age community more, and after taking a course in Reiki healing, experiencing past-life regression along with direct guidance from her spirit guides, she confirmed that her destiny was to help bring about the New Age on Earth," Johnson's online biography states. "Joy shared her vision with her husband, Joe; as a result the Indigo Dawn was founded to raise the vibration of energy on Earth."

Among the services Johnson offers online are "intuitive guidance, past-life regression, spirit guide communication and healing and cleansing."
Is it just me, or does this broad sound an awful lot like those alleged Benedictine "nuns" I just posted about?

4 Comments:

Blogger Al said...

Gee, he's a Democrat, so isn't this all about a "Lifestyle Choice"? Why is the poor guy being persecuted? He isn't a Republican or a Catholic priest so it isn't wrong for him to be doing this. (Please go back & read the preceeding with an ultra-heavy dose of sarcasm with tongue planted firmly in cheek to keep from throwing up after reading the article.)

In answer to your concluding question: "does this broad sound an awful lot like those alleged Benedictine "nuns?" Yes, except for the Satanism part. (& with those nuns, their involvement in that remains to be seen.)

7:05 AM  
Blogger Hail3N1 said...

What else can be expected when you have open gay politicians like Barney Frank, whose openly proud, as well as others, plus those who still remain in the closet (or bathroom) for now. How can 1% of the U.S. population who are homosexual have so much clout in getting their wishes met? Cause their in prominent places and have a lots of $$$$$$.
As for the Benedictine "nuns" the likes of those in Erie, Pa... don't be surprised of what you might hear.
When we have teachers seducing their students, parents killing their kids and vice-versa, where can all these abominations come from? You just read it.

1:53 PM  
Blogger ignorant redneck said...

Well--yeah. It does sound like those "nuns" you posted about. We got two monasteries here in Southern IN, one Benedictine, one franciscan, who are pretty much the same as them.

I've reached the point where "benedictine nun" sounds like an oxymoron.

3:37 PM  
Blogger Dad29 said...

Is it just co-incidence....

That in the book Windswept Island by Malachi Martin, the Devil-worshippers were located in the Carolinas?

And that one of them was a Catholic priest, who later became a Cardinal-Archbishop of a Northern city located on Lake Michigan?

Hmmmmmshhmmmmmhhhweeeah.

Obviously, co-incidence.

12:59 PM  

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