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Gregory Palamas: “If your attention is occupied with what is holy”

4 August 2020

Gregory Palamas




“If you put something fragrant on to burning coals, you motivate those who approach to come back again and to stay near, but if instead you put on something with an unpleasant, oppressive smell, you repel them and drive them away. It is the same with the mind. If your attention is occupied with what is holy, you make yourself worthy of being visited by God, since this is the sweet savour which God catches scent of. On the other hand, if you nurture evil, foul and earthly thoughts within you, you remove yourself from God’s supervision and unfortunately make yourself worthy of His aversion.”

St. Gregory Palamas, The Homilies








Maximos the Confessor: “Blessed is he”

3 August 2020

Maximos the Confessor




“Blessed is he who like Joshua (cf. Josh. 10:12-13) keeps the Sun of righteousness from setting in himself throughout the whole day of his present life, not allowing it to be blotted out by the dusk of sin and ignorance. In this way he will truly be able to put to flight the cunning demons that rise up against him.”

St. Maximos the Confessor, The Philokalia







Cyril of Alexandria: “service to God”

2 August 2020

Cyril of Alexandria




“…service [to God] does not consist in offering sacrifice. It consists in the readiness to submit a tender neck, a neck that needs, as it were, not so much as a touch to the will of God.”

St. Cyril of Alexandria, Commentary on Isaiah








Brezinski: “environmental and biochemical manipulation”

1 August 2020

Zbigniew Brezinski



“Speaking of a future at most only decades away, an experimenter in intelligence control asserted, ‘I foresee a time when we shall have the means and therefore, inevitably, the temptation to manipulate the behavior and intellectual functioning of all the people through environmental and biochemical manipulation of the brain.'”

Zbigniew Brezinski, Between Two Ages, America’s Role in the Technotronic Era, 1970







Learn to think skeptically about everything

1 August 2020

What if you are not being given the truth by the sources that you have been trusting to tell you the truth?

Stop watching major media news and entertainment. Get rid of your television.  Learn to think skeptically about everything that government, media, Hollywood, academia, and even many many bishops, priests and pastors tell you.




Strobe Talbot: “a single, global authority”

31 July 2020

Strobe Talbot


“In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea after all.”

Strobe Talbot, Deputy Secretary of State during the Clinton administration, Time magazine July 20th, 1992








Arthur Schlesinger: “to achieve a new world order”

31 July 2020

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr



“We are not going to achieve a new world order without paying for it in blood as well as in words and money.”

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Foreign Affairs magazine(July/Aug 1995)







Josef Pieper: “The restoration of man’s inner eyes”

31 July 2020

Josef Pieper



“The restoration of man’s inner eyes can hardly be expected in this day and age — unless, first of all, one were willing and determined simply to exclude from one’s realm of life all those inane and contrived but titillating illusions incessantly generated by the entertainment industry.”

Josef Pieper

Melancthon: “this trust in his own righteousness”

31 July 2020

Philip Melancthon



“If somebody believes that he obtains the forgiveness of sins because he loves, he insults Christ and in God’s judgment he will discover that this trust in his own righteousness was wicked and empty”

Philip Melancthon, Apologia








“unimaginable wickedness”

30 July 2020

Prince Andrew with Jeffrey Epstein



“We are currently living in a time of complete emotional anarchy, brought to the “common people” by the unimaginable wickedness of unrepentant degenerate ‘leaders’ and financial manipulators who have taken up residence in the loftiest places on the planet…villas, estates, resorts, private islands, the rarefied air of the uber rich dwelling places; the most completely decadent form of human flesh the world has ever known, Nero and Caligula be damned. I used to think that prolific debauchery was a thing of ancient history…I was profoundly wrong. Even the complete absence of moral behavior in the ancient Greek, Roman and Bedouin worlds cannot compete with the unparalleled depravity of the current mutant livestock that currently inhabit the world’s finest mansions. Hedonism barely begins to describe the depths of their perversions.”

A.M. Byrd




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