. i really don't islam right now, as far as current archeological unearthing goes, circa mid 20th century, islam should look back onto its schism - and debate itself... whether or not Ali was, or wasn't given Muhammad's word as the just inheritor of the religion... since Muhammad broke, or rather, never kept his honor / promise to his son in law... mind you: the new testament could only have, and indeed did, only benefit the Byzantines (i love the variant of punctuation... bi-zan-tyne vs. bee-zan-teen)... and who do we know of, to be a respectable of both history, and the collective memory, from the Byzantine empire? not one... even by my standards: that's ******* harsh... the new testament was like a second Trojan war, against Virgil's aeneid... because why would the new testament even become beneficial to the western Empire? had it not disintegrated into protestantism, and subsequently secularism... the existence of the new testament has a time, and a space of supreme utility... the second counter of the Greeks against the Trojans... in the mythology of the Romans being the exiled Trojans... and, at its pinnacle, within the Byzantine empire... of course... but outside of it? like a **** inside a tornado... now if i were to rewrite the divine comedy... who would i take as accomplice? Horace? or Milton?
if you ever read the footnotes...
oh no, ******, you're not getting
away with this...
why is the mainstream media
concerned with the dead sea scrolls?
they're an extension of
the Hebrew tradition -
they invite a debate concerning
the prophet Isaiah...
the dead sea scrolls are an extension
of the old testament...
but the nag hammadi library -
which, "miraculously" emerged
within a coincidence of the
dead sea scrolls: simultaneously -
at the end of the second world...
the nag hammadi library is
no an extension of the new testament:
it's an... implosion...
crucially: st. thomas' gospel...
which is contained in the library's oeuvre...
yet the mainstream media
thinks it's necessary to bother itself
commenting on the dead sea scrolls:
if you ain't a Hebrew,
the dead sea scrolls are,
seriously of no interest to you...
but the nag hammadi library?
sure as **** it is...
the whole investment in
myth, the Seth project -
st. peter's apocrypha...
mainstream can go and **** itself
the dead sea scrolls were not
released for the public for 30 odd years...
mention the nag hammadi
library, and the ******* are twice
then you read the footnotes...
the historical account
of josephus bin matthias -
about the first jewish-roman war...
in the time of Nero...
when the book of revelations
was written... as no precursor -
by some obscure Greek...
as having inherited Christianity -
but not having moved in
the bureaucratic hierarchy -
the rite of confirmation:
oh yeah... ga ga goo doll
chant of a protesting toddler -
there's this fine book,
by a german author,
concerning the gnostic cults...
can't remember the author's name...
evidently if i were hebrew -
i'd occupy myself with the dead sea scrolls...
but since i inherited some sort
i can tell you -
you need to look at the nag hammadi
concerning christianity -
the dead sea scroll fascination
is probably on par with
the rejection of the old testament...
what the mainstream media
isn't telling you,
is concerning the nag hammadi
library... unearthed in Egypt,
by some shepherd,
incubated for, circa, 2000 years,
in some urns,
in what appears
to be Osama bin-Laden
what josephus bin matthias
wrote... and this archeological find?
thereupon felix -
'a greater blow...
was inflicted on the Jews by the Egyptian
false prophet. arriving in the country
this man, a fraud who posed as a seer,
collected about 30,000 dupes,
led them round from the desert (john
the baptist scenario) to the mount of olives
(the transfiguration scene),
and from there was ready to force an
entry into Jerusalem...
the Egyptian fled with a handful of
men (the 12 disciples)'...
because wasn't Jesus raised in
and the archeological evidence...
where was the Christian apocrypha
found, in 1946 by a shepherd?
dot dot dot...
why would i even care about
the dead sea scrolls?
the dead sea scrolls, last time i heard,
concern the wrongly executed prophet /
courtesan, Isaiah -
who was cut at the abdomen
in an execution...
the crucifixion of Hey-Zeus is not
some cherry on top of the calamity that
in its liquidation,
in what became the liquidation of
the Roman Empire...
but... i am curious about the nag hammadi
if the Vatican didn't have its head
rammed up the ******* cardinals' ***...
it could have escaped under hush-hush
and the orthodox texts would be
but... given they have been
so ******* lazy about covering
what happened to the Library of
Alexandria when Christianity
took the populist route?
are bound to the Vatican library...
when a naked truth is staring you
in the face?
does it really matter,
at this point?
apart from retaining a catholic poetic
elasticity to the faith,
i.e. allowing metaphorical cannibalism -
i see... no point to be an Atlas
for the church...
rather... a Samson -
lodged between the pillars -
pulling it apart.