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ANGLICAN ARCHBISHOP Peter Jensen
BLUNDERS HUGELY - AGAIN:
I respect the Christians’ rights to their beliefs
(I was born into to a Christian family), BUT when a senior
Christian by imputation attacks me and those investigating
the afterlife, he’s got to think again.
Archbishop of the Anglican Church
of Sydney, Peter Jensen stated, ''The decline of Christian
faith does not lead to lack of religious belief; it just
opens the way for superstition.''
Much of Traditional Christian
religion is technically, ‘SUPERSTITION’
: Whereas properly conducted afterlife investigations
are SCIENTIFIC and EMPIRICAL.
Here, read for yourself the outrageous
'beliefs without evidence' held by traditional Christians
During a Christian service a wafer is turned into the body
of ‘God’/Jesus and this Archbishop believes
he is eating the body of Jesus!! To the objective observer
that is 'cannibalism' – a Christian ritual based on
SUPERSTITON 2. Wine is turned into
the ‘blood of God/Jesus’ – and this Christian
thinks he is drinking the blood of Jesus/God during the
Pouring water over your head in Baptism removes ‘original
sin’ (Information from the other-side informs us that
is absolute nonsense!)
SUPERSTITION 4. The 'Devil'
- the Prince of Darkness - figures prominently in Christian
beliefs. Christians copied it from Paganism and the Christian
Devil became known as 'Pan the mountain Goat-God', with
horns, hoofs and tail. Information directly from the afterlife
dimension tells is that belief is superstitious nonsense.
SUPERSTITION 5. This Archbishop believes
the traditional Christian theology that all who die will
remain dead underground until Archangel Gabriel blows his
trumpet - perhaps Louis Armstrong's jazz riffs - so that
Jesus will come to 'judge the living and the dead' -
the greatest superstition in Christianity! This is
when we have objective, repeatable empirical evidence that
those who cross over continue to live in a much better place
and directly communicate with us to enlighten what is happening
in the afterlife.
SUPERSITITION 6: You confess your
‘sins’ (taken from a Roman pre-Christian era
ritual) to a priest and ALL your ‘sins are forever
forgiven’. Information from the other side tells us
that’s absolute nonsense because no one can modify
the Law of Cause and Effect.
Receiving the ‘last rites’ will guarantee you
a place in heaven because a priest will utter some magic
words to that effect - and especially if you leave property
to the Church.
If you pay money to the Church they will help you to get
to heaven (indulgences).
That Jesus had to incarnate to save mankind because Adam
and Eve ate an apple (because a snake, without a human voice-box,
convinced Eve to do so) and cursed humanity to hell.
That a child who dies before being baptized cannot enter
The 'devil' can be driven away by making the sign of the
cross or sprinkling holy water.
That God judges souls and condemns anyone who dies in a
state of 'sin' to Hell for eternity.
That you will go to hell for eternity- trillion, trillions
of years in tortuous hellfire - if you use contraception,
if you remarry after divorce, if you masturbate, if you
are gay, if you committed adultery (and eternal damnation
some years ago if you eat a ham sandwich on a Friday) especially
SUPERSTITION 14. Even if
you are like Hitler and manage
to say you are very sorry for your sins before you die,
you will go to heaven!
WAKE UP BISHOP PETER JENSON - we
are living in the scientific age of the twenty first century!
The real reason why ex-Christians
are NO LONGER attending Sunday services is that they do
NOT want to believe in CHURCH SUPERSTITION any more!
That is why Christianity is in a very deep irreversible
crisis! People these days want EVIDENCE not superstitious
beliefs written by unknown writers some THOUSANDS of years
ago – where the original, authentic writings NO LONGER
Science is taking over the study
of the afterlife none of it has anything to do with religion
or with beliefs or with blind faith or with superstition.
All religions began with direct experiences of a psychic
nature which led people of every culture that ever existed
to understand that life continues after physical death.
However since the end of the nineteenth
century a body of scientists in England and America and
elsewhere have set out to investigate large numbers of such
experiences. They worked systematically, using scientific
and empirical methods to reach conclusions that are based
on sound research and on repeatable observations, thus taking
the study of the afterlife out of the province of “religion”
and into the realm of psychic science.
IN CONTRAST TO THE SUPERSTION OF
RELIGIONS, AFTERLIFE SCIENCE uses at least seven major areas
of investigation about happens when you die and the implications
of this for how you live.
First, there are Near-Death Experiences,
Second, there are out-of-body journeys
and the experiences of shamans and remote viewers.
Third, there is direct experience
through apparitions, clairvoyance, clairaudience and deathbed
Fourth, there are revelations through
other than conscious states of awareness, such as hypnosis,
dreams and holotropic states. (The word holotropic is from
the Greek holos, meaning “whole,” and trepein,
meaning “moving or oriented towards.”)
Fifth, there are revelations through
mediums (mental mediums, trance mediums and materialization
mediums) from loved ones who have died.
Sixth, there are revelations through
electronic voice phenomena (EVP) and instrumental trans-communication
Seventh, there are transmissions
from spirit teachers of high degree speaking through mediums,
channellers and automatic writers.
To learn more about their findings
Watch my video
What Happens when you Die
or read Chapter
29 of my book
A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife.
Victor Zammit January 2010
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