We get most of our information about life from Hollywood. Most of it is bogus.
Romantic love is a fake religion promoted by Satanists to substitute love for a flawed human being
for love of one’s ideal Self (the God within.)
All love is really love of God (perfection, bliss.)
All true religion is love (worship, obedience) of God.
Everything else is ersatz religion.
God is the principle of our moral development.
If you don’t believe in God, you don’t believe in yourself.
Romantic love is a ruse. Mass brainwashing. Romantic love is lust, a delirium necessary to trick a man into marrying and starting a family. I’m not saying this isn’t good, just that it should NOT be undertaken in a state of delusion. Realistic heterosexual love is based on loyalty, trust, mutual support and caring companionship.
We live in a society that is besotted with beautiful women and sex. This fetish substitutes for religion. Sex and romance are sold as a way of achieving unity with God. The orgasm is the Holy Sacrament. This is Satanism.
The mystification of sex and women (sex Goddess programming) makes men impotent. Men are too weak to approach and enlist women who have been taught to be “strong and independent.” E.g. Leslie Gore’s “You don’t own me” and Linda Ronstadt “Different Drum.” This combination of idealizing women and emasculating men led to heterosexual breakdown, e.g. Illuminati social engineering. Femininity is based on trading power for male power in the form of love.
People scoff when I say Western society is a satanic cult. However, the proof is obvious. The word “God” is banned from mainstream public discourse. In fact, we are repulsed at His mere mention. Our minds shut down. We become angry. We have been brainwashed to hate God and don’t even know it.
If I were wrong, God would be on our lips. After all, He is the Creative Intelligence behind life. He has Instructions for us. We should be celebrating Him and discussing His Plan.
We can’t mention Him because Cabalist central bankers have their own Plan. They want to be God themselves. Their entertainment is social engineering. This is why we have love songs to vacuous women instead of hymns to God.
Our Love Affair with God (Revised)
by Henry Makow PhD
While making a spaghetti sauce, I put on a collection of old Paul Anka hits.
Listening to the lyrics, it struck me: If you imagine the love object is God, instead of some empty-headed girl with regular features, there’s little difference between popular love songs and religious hymns, prayers and chants.
We are all pilgrims and God (Love) is our Mecca.
(Left, Frank Zappa)
I don’t have to tell you that 97 percent of all popular songs are love songs. A visitor from another planet would conclude that our religion is romantic love. Francis Yockey called it “erotomania.”
But instead of recognizing the real object of our desire, we have fixated on the opposite sex, whom we mystify and idealize to reflect our true sublimated desire.
I am not a Jungian, but I agree with Carl Jung’s statement: “If you take away God, man will invent a thousand false ones.”
They have taken away God. You can’t mention the word in polite company. As if, given the magnificence of the universe and the complexity of the natural world, the concept of a Creator and a Design is so outlandish that it must be banned.
The people who want to replace God (with themselves) are responsible for our inability to mention or imagine God when it is so simple.
God is synonymous with our spiritual ideals and desires: truth, beauty, love, peace, bliss, justice, and harmony. So don’t blame God for letting bad things happen to good people. Bad people are responsible, the same people who abolished God.
We are God’s agents. If we don’t bring about his Kingdom, it won’t happen. Eventually, we’ll all become extinct.
GETTING BACK TO LOVE SONGS
Next time you hear a love song, imagine it’s about God. You will be surprised how well it fits.
“I love you with all my heart, we’ll never part, please stay with me…(God).”
“I’m so alone. All I want is somebody to love”
“Show me, you love me too.”
“I’m so lonely; I’m so blue, now that you’re gone.”
These lyrics remind me of Christian, Muslim and Hindu mystics pining away for Divine Grace.
We’re religious zealots, just like them. All that’s missing are the white robes. We don’t pray five times a day. We listen to these prayers 50-100 times a day.
But we’ve taken a wrong turn. Instead of recognizing the true object of our desire, we are focused on the opposite sex. We are looking for a person to play the role of God.
Frankly, we’ve been misdirected. (Think who runs the music and movie business.) And, of course, lust is a confounding factor …
If we could just begin with the knowledge that God loves us, then we wouldn’t have this desperate misguided need “for love” expressed in love songs.
“God loves you very much (your name here.)” And you love God for the precious gift of life…for the miracle of Creation.
We’re never alone. God is our constant companion, a warm, glowing love at the centre of our being. Our primary relationship is with Him.
Related – Jordan Peterson –Who Dares Say he Believes in God?