Monday, March 8, 2010

The Devil Went Down to Amarillo

Thanks to Foxessa for calling my attention to this piece of work:



Read the Texas Observer article on this bad bunch here. If you can stomach it, here's their website,which proves that "religious right" and "depraved" can go hand-in-hand.

The Warfare Map is especially illustrative. Apparently, the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center, "a place for people to embrace the spirit of the land by exploring the natural magic of the Texas Panhandle," is also the demonic center of occult witchcraft in Amarillo. Who'd a thunk it? Then there's that other harlot of the occult, the Peace Farm, whose black sin is to "work for the abolition of all nuclear weapons by moral and political persuasion." Lubbock, watch out: You're a mere 200 miles away from the decay of ancient Rome, Panhandle style, with only the pious offices of Repent Amarillo between you and perdition...

Some enchanted evening, you may see a stranger across a crowded room...

Michael Moore volunteers to replace Rahm Emmanuel and kick ass in the bargain...

Liz Cheney says
terrorists have no rights. And you are a terrorist. I guess we know what Liz thinks Uncle Sam means when he's pointing his finger...

6 comments:

Roy said...

Are those guys scary or what? Yeah, I've been to their website; dontcha just love the the gunfire sounds, the way they call themselves The Army of God, their motto: "We are the Special Forces of spiritual warfare, we're looking for a few good warriors." And supposedly this is done in honor of the man who said: A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. (John 13: 34 & 35)

And do you know why they've targeted the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center? Because the Center has an "earth circle", an outdoor circle of seats around a fire pit where they do outdoor shows and demonstrations, just like we used to have at the Boy Scout summer camp when I was a kid. According to Repent Amarillo: Behind the North building there is an earth circle. There is a pagan group in the Amarillo area with the same name. "Earth Circle" is one of the common names used for a worship area for pagans and witches. Not because the earth circle at WBNC is actually being used for such a purpose by Pagan groups (which it isn't), but because the name of the thing is suspicious. Really, there's no help for minds that think like this!

Foxessa said...

I'm officially scared to death of these people.

OK. I've been scared to death of these people for decades already. At least since 1980.

Love, C.

K. said...

I never know whether to laugh or cry. The theology is laughable. The paramilitary stuff, not so much.

There was a time when gangs like this were clearly on the far side of the lunatic fringe and embarrassed even conservatives. Now, though, the right makes excuses: "I don't agree with them, but I can see how Godless libs and the homosexual agenda could push someone this way."

C., as you wrote about Offbeat, it's a complete blame-the-victim mentality. Hey, if that one group didn't swing, then they wouldn't get harassed, suffer business losses, and get frightened half to death. Never mind that they're harmless and keep to themselves.

NONE said...

Don't forget that one of the (many) hometowns that George Bush claims is Midland at the base of the panhandle....they're all nuts in that area. All crazed religious Republicans. They'll pray out loud to God while they shoot you in the back......I know, I'm from there.

Ima Wizer said...

oops, I'm "None" as that is my "None Account" that I can't seem to get rid of, sorry about that.....

RGG said...

Maybe that "earth circle" is evil -- it's funded by Walmart.