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The Hype, The Wonder, The Message! Ceenom, the beginnings of a new delusion

 

The "Ceen Foundation" has decided to enlighten us with their "Message." Be advised, the message is only to be read by "serious" readers; serious as in seriously fucked up.

I spent some time today reading the "Message" as seriously as I could. Going through the nonsense, especially the parts based in "facts" that are not factual, it becomes very clear that the entire "message" is based on false premises.

For those who enjoy a little crazy now and then, here's the link to the post in question. Read it if you're in the mood, then post what you think here. You cannot reply to the post, the "Foundation" has decided to censor their propaganda. Whenever someone posts a discussion, but does not allow comments, the "quackery" lights should start flashing in your brain. Another con game from another conman is all it is.

I will not dwell on all the "message" purports to be, but I will make one small comparison that will shed enough light on the subject:

Only one person has received "the message." Think Moses and the commandments, Joseph and the seer stone and a hat; the list goes on. There can only be one.

Sometimes you need to point out the foolishness to keep others from falling into the trap.

 

 

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Comment was by Neal on November 30, 2013 at 3:07am

I responded a few times as well, none of my comments were published. If you can have no input to a thought, then more than likely the thought is propaganda.

Comment was by Marianne on November 30, 2013 at 12:46am

I actually responded to the message basically asking if it wasn't another sect because it sounded suspicious to me...  My message was censored and not published.  I have no more time for such nonsense  !

Comment was by Davy on November 29, 2013 at 4:19pm

The way I see it if there is a being higher up that was omnipotent then it would not have to use one person or a group of people to get his message out. He would be shouting it out in every language known so that everyone got his message correctly and not through a biased and faulty second party. That way everyone would know exactly what he wants done and how to do it!  

In other words it would come straight from the horse's mouth!!

Comment was by Onyango Makagutu on November 29, 2013 at 3:48pm

I honestly couldn't finish reading it. I thought the UN  must have a website and that could have been the best place for such a message since am not sure any heads of states are members of AU or are regular visitors

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