Tuesday, December 3, 2019

The New Jerusalem -- Sweden; The Second Messiah -- St Greta -- December 3, 2019

The 1000-piece puzzle is complete. The last crazy, little piece has been found, placed in the remaining spot, and the global warming puzzle is complete. I can go back to sleep.

A while back I posted this note, how the global warming myth and "the flood myth" come together. It explains why global warming is so easily accepted by the gullible, the superstitious, the misinformed.
The "flood myth" has been around since "Genesis" (the Bible); every culture, every generation has feared the "flood"; now in the 21st century, we have "rising seas" and more flooding
In the King James Bible, we had the Old Testament and the flood; in the New Testament we had the Messiah. It was the Gospel

Up until now, with regard to the Bible of Global Warming, we've had the old testament, but not the "Good News." The Gospel. The "good news." In a secular setting, the gospel  is an idea or rule that's accepted as undoubtedly true. The science is settled.

We now have the Good News. That missing piece has been found.

It's St Greta. She's a bit late -- about nineteen years to be exact. The Messiah was to have returned at the turn of the millennium -- but nineteen years ain't bad when we talking 2,000 years. And to think her twelve disciples are already in place, to include Occasional Cortex, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Bill Nye, the "Science Guy."

I cannot make this stuff up.

The New Jerusalem is Stockholm, as in Sweden.

From Paul Joseph Watson, Summit News:
Greta Thunberg is being taught to Swedish children as part of a course about “religious knowledge,” with kids being asked to mock her opponents.

The 16-year-old climate activist is now included in the school curriculum and is being portrayed in an overtly sympathetic light, with the course describing her as an “alarm clock” that “allows us to discuss, talk, and reflect on what is happening to our world.”

According to one student, “Greta is practically painted as a saint.”

“In one task, they are asked to find a picture to illustrate the sentence “One simply doesn’t mess with Greta,” a nod to an outdated Boromir meme from “Lord of the Rings.”

Including Greta in lessons is “important to constantly offer materials and teaching materials that reflect the contemporary.”
The messiah:
Churches in Sweden are now ringing bells in her honor, while last year the Church of Sweden proclaimed Greta to be “Jesus’s Successor.”
As noted, I cannot make this stuff up. 

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