The vile religions of Islam and ROMAN CATHOLICISM.

I stumbled upon a Christian blog when I was looking for articles regarding Dr. Michio Kaku, and somehow that blog had a post regarding anti-Islamism which deserved my attention, but as I read through the long written article I saw a link titled “How The Catholic Church Created Islam” which made me suspicious, as I have posted an article on Islam’s Possible Origins being derived from Christianity. As I read through the article, although I still give out high respects to Jesus my heart was torn, knowing that it was the Catholic church who had invented such monstrosities to haunt every one of us ever since the 6th century, and they were unable to contain the monsters that they have just created.

This is what I wrote to the owner of the blog, who had defended Christianity with all of his words:

Wow. Reading one of the links you’ve posted in this blogpost ( I was amazed, and almost angered by the fact that it was the pope who created such a vile religion just so that he could bring on his anti-Semitic plans. This somehow created a distrust in my heart for Roman Catholicism. This is my story:

I am currently a victim of the oppression and persecution of Muslim majorities in an Islamic country. Being born in the Islamic country of Malaysia, and at the same time having a Muslim father has made me a victim of religious oppressions. I wish not to pronounce the word “hate”, but that is what I have felt for the religion of Islam, and just recently towards Roman Catholicism with what the article has exposed. I remember being forced to pray according to the Islamic way, forced to study Arabic, being punished and humiliated for not being able to write the Arabic script properly or memorize quranic passages. Right now I am living the deepest shit of my life: due to the nature of Muslims wasting their money and not caring for their child’s education and nutrition, my father had spent all his fortunes which has lead to my demise – halfway through my 20’s and unable to complete my studies and had to work shitty jobs just to survive. My only way out of this “islamic” way of life is through seeking asylum in another country; and before I could do so I have to accumulate lots of money to buy myself a flight ticket.

Some people might say that the article was made up, but I do know that it is somehow telling the truth. I have studied the quran extensively, and did many researches including how islam was heavily influenced by catholicism, origins of the Arabic script (Syro-Aramaic) and how the Syro-Aramaic readings of quranic passages is actually similar to passages in the gospels.

Basically, all I have to say is that although I still have respect for the Christ for his compassionate and loving character, I do not trust both Roman Catholics and Muslims. Both are the vile religions that will bring demise to mankind. From today onwards not only the religion of Islam shall be exposed by me but also the religion of Roman Catholicism. Only those who practiced pure “Christ-Consciousness” shall be spared from being labelled a vile being. Thank you for posting up such article.

I think that’s one of the reasons Mahatma Gandhi came up with such a quote.



Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam

How would you like to have a declaration on human rights whose articles contradicts one after another? Would you live in a nation who has signed declarations that protects only certain individuals while allowing them to pick on others, namely “infidels”?

If you are trying to access the above link from an Islamic nation, I shall teach you the loopholes created by brilliant “infidels” who aimed at educating fellow human beings, regardless of race, culture or religion.

First, enter this URL into your browser:

You shall see a form in the webpage where you can enter a web address. Enter this address:

Don’t worry, offers encryption for every page you browse using their online proxies, so that no internet censorship boards or internet service providers of any nations could possibly track what website you’re browsing through the online proxy. Some could try accessing (or probably hacking) into your personal computer just to check out your browsing history but they will never be able to decrypt the proxy’s encryption code.

Knowledge is enlightenment. Buddha didn’t just sit under a tree for nothing.


Origins of the Quran (and possibly Islam).

In this Arabic month of the Ramadhan where Muslims fasts and pays obligatory zakat, I stumbled upon an interesting video on YouTube. Click on the link to watch it (apparently embedding lots of videos on my blog site is going to slow your computer down so I’m not embedding one this time).

For a spoiler I am going to reveal to you what’s in this video: someone found a very old, incomplete piece of what resembles the verses of the first (Sura Fatihah) and last (Sura An-Nisa) verse of the Quran under a stack of potato sacks, but what makes the discovery very stunning was because of the Arabic words of both verses wasn’t written using the standard Arabic cursives with dots and markers as used in most of today’s existing Qurans.

I have studied the Arabic script and the usage of dots and markers in Quranic reading (although I wasn’t taught the Arabic language – in non-Arabic states the Islamic class teachers taught Arabic script as a way to pronounce the Arabic words properly) and having a phrase without dots and markers to represent proper pronunciations means that the phrase can have lots of possible meanings, plus it’s hard to even make out a meaning in a short sentence without the proper markers or dots.

End of spoiler, researchers made a strong hypothesis that according to the many meanings you can make out of a marker-less Quranic sentence, it is possible that early Islam had a strong influence from Christianity, and that the Arabic script was influenced by Syrian-Aramaic scripts in which the gospels of Jesus was written and communicated in.

Did God give us the power to perform telekinesis or is it sinful and unholy?

An interesting question posed by Christians who are puzzled by nature’s way of operating, and yet to know what is quantum mechanics other than complicated mathematical equations.

Here’s what the answer from a supposed Christian who studied his bible well (I’m not anti-Christian, and I love Jesus the same way any Christian would but I think the bible needs major reforms):

“Powers” that are said to come from the mind are actually spiritual powers, and their source is demons. The Bible tells us to avoid anything that is of the occult. Here is an example of what the Bible says about the occult:

There shall not be found among you anyone who burns his son or his daughter as an offering, anyone who practices divination or tells fortunes or interprets omens, or a sorcerer or a charmer or a medium or a necromancer or one who inquires of the dead, for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord. And because of these abominations the Lord your God is driving them out before you. You shall be blameless before the Lord your God.

– Deuteronomy 18: 10-13


Power has never been given to man to be able to move objects with his mind alone. There are biblical accounts where mountains have been moved out of their place, where seas have been parted but the authority to do this is God given. 
As all matter has intelligence, otherwise it would not be able to obey a command. And only one who holds a higher authority can give the power to man to move something, it is not the man, but by the priesthood which he holds. Then the reason to move anything has to be that higher powers reason, and not mans. 
When anything is done it is to the glory of God and not for the glorification of man.

First of all, if the person who answered using a verse from The Book of Deuteronomy 18: 10-13 would have researched articles on quantum mechanics and watch lectures from renowned physicists, they would know the basic theory of a subatomic particle, particularly the electrons. Electrons are known to be a very low-mass subatomic particle which is represented by a point-size, are negative-charged, and is a wavicle; it could behave either as a wave or a particle.

Electrons exists in almost every matter that existed in this world. These subatomic particles are also known as a string of energy. Our minds are also known to be formed by the same energies. Telekinesis is the action of manipulating an object’s matter either by changing it’s shape (i.e. Uri Geller’s spoon bending) or by moving the object to a different location without using our physical force, instead we’ll be using our minds, which means that we’re accomplishing these manipulations from a remote distance.

How telekinesis works is actually explainable using quantum mechanics, but first I’ll tell you how to achieve the state of mind that enables telekinesis and other psychic stuffs. Our mind has since a long time ago been separated into two: conscious and sub-conscious. Researchers believed that our two separate minds had been working as one until ego caused these two to separate, thus creating the illusion that our present world existed, our visions limited to three dimensions, and the existence of the self. However, in present time we are still able to combine both minds, with the limitations of maintaining it to a matter of a few seconds. It is believed that by using combined-consciousness together with the embodiment of compassion that the Buddha attained enlightenment. Some people might call this combined-consciousness as the “third-eye”.

The resulting combined-consciousness allows us to manipulate the energies around us, or rather specifically the energies that comprises the subatomic particles around us. We are able to use these energy-manipulations to move small-to-large objects either in mid-air or by a stride-motion, bend hard-irons such as thick stainless-steel utensils or send pulse of messages to another person – which would usually scare the shit out of people thinking there are poltergeists nearby!

It might sound like I’m actually telling a lie, a fabled story or science fiction but like it or not, it’s actually true. Lots of people around the world are making accidental discoveries of their psychic abilities.

Now, back to the question. Did God give us the power to perform telekinesis or is it sinful and unholy?

Would you think that telekinesis would be sinful and unholy if it was actually a gift from God? The same way God gave you arms and legs to commute and do your jobs, gave you a tongue with thousands of taste-buds so that you could enjoy the sweetness of sugar? Although with the invention of the tastebuds that God not only gave you a gift to enjoy sugar but also he gave you an insufficient amount of inulin in your bloodstream to counter the level of sugar you’re feeding yourself to, which in turn would make the tastebuds on our tongues as a curse, a punishment from God just for his enjoyment when he could’ve made sugar taste the same as normal water where we would consume the amount needed instead. Also, God’s extra gift of the ego and “free-will” made our arms and legs the most lethal weapon since Abel and Cain.

OK, let’s say that according to the chap who answered the question by quoting Deuteronomy that telekinesis was actually powers coming from an external source, namely demons, and that no human being possesses any psychic abilities by default. By that he actually means that electrons are actually manifestations or essences of demons, in which he would have to explain how almost 90% of our bodies are composed of these “demon” subatomic particles, and how to cleanse our bodies from these demonic essences. From my point of view, the only way for us to cleanse ourselves from these “demonic possessions” from birth is to kill ourselves, or the most effective way to quickly cleanse ourselves is to incinerate ourselves with fire until we turn into ashes.

Well done, dead dogmas of religions. You have given to us an insight of how evil we are by having every single molecules of our bodies comprised of naturally occurring electrons.

“When anything is done it is to the glory of God and not for the glorification of man.”

I would say, God is glory for creating man not from dust, but rather from accidents and illusions. Hallelujah.

Note: I believe the only practice Christianity had for its followers is to embody the love of Jesus. Loving your parents, loving your spouses, loving your neighbors and loving your enemies. Christianity is a religion of love, the only monotheistic religion I have respect for (Islam’s Muhammad rapes slave women and pre-pubescent girls, Judaism’s Moses murdered an Egyptian guard), however I believe if Christians were to disregard the dogmas created by illusions of the ego then Christianity can be easily followed as a faith. Lastly, I wish for any Christians reading this post not to be offended of this article.


“A few years ago, I was doing research on an article on messianic thinking, and I came across a fascinating historical tidbit from the nineteenth century about Anne Besant, who had been a women’s rights activist in London before joining the Theosophical Society and eventually becoming its president. Besant was an interesting character for many reasons, but she is perhaps best known for her efforts to find the young boy who was supposed to grow up to be the World Teacher of the Theosophical Society. That boy was Jiddu Krishnamurti, the great twentieth-century teacher who rejected his association with Theosophy along with any sort of messianic titles and became a powerful independent philosopher/teacher in his own right.”

-Excerpt from the article. Click on link or image to read more.