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Pope Francis Rejects "MESSIAH", Suggests It Is Incompatible with Christian Values

Do you believe this guy?  He's an atheist!!!

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well said Luke..................

the real reason you left wing control freaks hate religion and prayer is because it works and you can't control it

really ?,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,you have no clue , I had no idea that being against religious mambo jumbo , fear based propaganda of never ending promises of salvation is considered left wing..........brain dead you are Pet.......

........and of course , one more thing ; Christian and catholic religion has nothing to do with female goddess energy , its is man , brute , male gatherer , fend for your self , macho male energy . Christian religion is against a female / goddess energy to thrive with its message . You and your posts here indicate that you don't understand what you preach. ...............Christian religion is against liberal , feminist , free thinking kind of energy that you so speek against in other posts. Did you know that Jesus ( Yashua ) was liberal , hippie , immigrant . Again , its everything you are against in your daily posts around ACC...........


when I read your posts with alt right message , I think of someone , obese , sitting in his dirty underwear and Ted Nugent t-shirt , looking at confederate flag , in his moms basement , acting as if you know anything pass that twinkee in you hand and its nutritional valium got to do better my brotha. not everyone still lives in 19th century mentality , We had progressed since then ............

Goddesses are not as bad as Thor and his buddies.

Some of them are worse...

The 10 Most Badass Goddesses Of World Mythology

Polytheism might’ve had a bad rap in the Bible, but it’s given rise to some of humanity’s most fascinating and enduring narratives. Some ancient pantheons, like the Greek and Norse gods, have traditionally been more prominent in the Western imagination; in recent years, these narratives have been incorporated into popular stories like the Thor comic books and the Percy Jackson saga.

But not only do these stories leave out many of the world’s most compelling mythologies, they also privilege the accomplishments and powers of male deities over their female counterparts. So below, we’re celebrating 10 totally badass goddesses from belief systems all over the world. From the solar deities of ancient Egypt and the Shinto faith, to goddesses of the sky and the realms of death, these mythological women are the heroes of their own fascinating stories:

  • Anat (Ugaritic/Ancient Semitic Mythology)
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    This ancient Canaanite goddess of love and war is definitely someone you want on your side. Sister of the storm god Ba’al, the virgin warrior Anath was famed for her ferocity in battle. An ancient Ugaritic text describes Anat’s revenge against a man who slighted her in no uncertain terms: “Anat seized Mot, the divine son,/ With a sickle she cut him,/ with a winnow she winnows him,/ with fire she scorches him,/ with a mill she crushes him,/ she scatters his flesh in the field to be eaten by birds.”
  • Hel (Norse mythology)
    Move over, Thor: the clearest badass in the Norse pantheon is Hel, ruler of the eponymous underworld of Norse mythology. (“To go to Hel” meant to die in ancient Norse idiom—nowadays, it means more or less the same thing.) Not only did she have the crucial job of judging the dead, she also had an important (and terrifying) role to play in Norse eschatology. In the legend of Ragnarok, the Norse foretelling of the Apocalypse, Hel’s role was to lead an army of the dead in a ship made of the fingernails of corpses. Does that sound like the cover of a heavy metal album, or what?
  • Amaterasu (Shinto Faith)
    Amaterasu or Amaterasu-ōmikami is one of the major deities in the animistic Shinto religion of Japan; her full name means “Great Divinity Illuminating Heaven.” One of the world’s few female solar deities, a principal myth featuring Amaterasu depicts her conflict with her brother, Susanoo, god of storms and the sea. Angered with Susanoo because he threw a flayed horse into her weaving hall (rude), Amaterasu withdrew to a cave and brought an age of darkness upon the world. She was eventually coaxed into leaving the cave (pictured above), but Susanoo was banished from heaven. As a gesture of reconciliation, he gifted her the legendary sword Ama-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi (天叢雲剣, “Sword of the Gathering Clouds of Heaven”).
  • Tefnut (Ancient Egyptian Mythology)
    Tefnut was the ancient Egyptian goddess of moisture, rain and dew—a very significant task in a desert country. Daughter of the sun god Ra, she was depicted as a lion-headed goddess, occasionally with the body of a serpent. Tefnut’s rage caused droughts; her return brought renewed life; and oh, yeah, she was the mother of the gods of the sky and earth, and grandmother of..., Horus, Isis, Osiris and Set.
  • Princess Liễu Hạnh (Vietnamese Folk Faith)
    Princess Liễu Hạnh is a singular figure in Vietnamese myth. One of the Four Immortals, divine beings worshipped by the people of Vietnam’s Red River Delta region, Lieu Hanh was a daughter of the Jade Emperor, a central deity in Taoism and other East Asian theology. She has been incarnated on earth multiple times; during her incarnations, she fell in love with mortal men, but drove others insane when they made unwelcome attempts to court ... Other accounts have her taking vengeance after one of her temples was destroyed by inflicting a disease on the inhabitants of the area. In one account by an eighteenth-century poetess, The Story of the Van Cat Goddess, Liễu Hạnh was a figure of female emancipation who excelled at poetry and was an embodiment of female power. During the early days of the Communist regime in North Vietnam, worship of Liễu Hạnh was brutally suppressed, but she has reemerged since the 1980s as a focus of faith for mostly female worshippers. Depicted above: a shrine to Liễu Hạnh in Vietnam.
  • Ixchel (Mayan Mythology)
    Q: Have you ever heard a phrase more badass than “the aged jaguar goddess of midwifery”? A: Definitely not. Meet Ixchel (or Ix Chel), the ancient Mayan goddess of childbirth and war. Often depicted with jaguar claws or ears, she wears a serpent as her headdress and is also associated with the moon and the traditional Mayan sweatbath. She was so sacred to Maya women that they founded an island sanctuary, still called the Isla de Mujeres, dedicated to worship of Ixchel off the coast of contemporary Cancun.
  • Louhi (Finnish Mythology)
    Lovatar is a goddess who takes many forms and has many names, featured in the ancient Finnish epic The Kalevala. Blind daughter of the god of death, Lovatar gave birth to nine diseases (including plague, sterility and cancer). Yikes! In the Kalevala, Lovatar takes the form of a powerful, shape-shifting witch named Louhi who does fierce battle with the epic’s protagonists for the magical artifact Sampo (depicted above). Later on in the epic, Louhi attempts to steal the sun, moon and stars. Oh, and if you doubted her badassery, she’s beloved by contemporary Finnish black metal musicians.
  • Mami Wata (African and African Diaspora Spirituality)
    Mami Wata (or Mamy-Wata) is venerated throughout much of Africa and the African diaspora of the Atlantic. An embodiment of the spirit of water, Mami Wata often appears in the guise of a mermaid, accompanied by a snake that serves as a symbol of divinity. In African legend, Mami Wata is both protective and seductive, with a volatile, dangerous temperament suited to her element of water. She is known to capture spirits and bestow riches, and to govern an innumerable host of water spirits known as mami watas and papi watas. Brought by enslaved Africans to the Americas, Mami Wata is also an important figure in contemporary Vodoun practice.
  • Mazu (Chinese and South Taiwanese Spirituality)
    In Chinese cosmology, Mazu is the patron goddess of seafarers, protecting fishermen and sailors from the wrath of the sea. She was originally born a mortal woman, Lin Moniang, in the year 960, according to legend; she was born on an island, and wore a red dress as she guided fishing boats safely home, occasionally using supernatural powers. Hailed as a miracle worker during her life, she has been worshipped by Chinese and Taiwanese seafarers ever since as the goddess Mazu or Tin Hau. She has also been attributed the powers of granting fertility and protection against pirates, and is traditionally depicted wearing her signature red garments.
  • Tiamat (Babylonian Mythology)
    Tiamat, the Babylonian primeval goddess of saltwater, was also the tragic heroine of a brutal love story. According to the Enuma Elish, the Babylonian creation epic, Tiamat gave birth to the gods of Babylon and formed the world, along with her consort Apsu, the primeval Babylonian god of freshwater. But Apsu grew quickly annoyed with the noise the gods made with their horseplay, and sought to destroy them—only to be killed in turn. A vengeful Tiamat summoned an army of demons to fight the gods, but she was destroyed. However, even in death Tiamat was peerless: Marduk, newly crowned king of the Babylonian pantheon, split her corpse in two to create the dome of the sky and the waters of the earth. (Also, did we mention she was depicted as a feathered dragon and also known by the epithet “chaos monster”?)

and lets not forget good ole "Echidna", a particularly nasty piece of work, the mother of all evil creatures! She has a nice pair of boobs but I would not like to cross her, especially if it's her time of the month!

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Echidna was the mother of all evil creatures. Pretty much all the monsters in Greek Mythology descended from her, including the Sphynx, Nemean lion, Chimaera, and the Hydra. Her top half was female while her bottom half was a serpent.

Hera was the wife of Zeus and exceedingly jealous. She terribly punished the consorts of Zeus as well as their children. Io was driven mad by gadfly and kept in the form of a cow for many years, Leto was forbidden to give birth to her twins (Artemis and Apollo) on any land touched by the sun, Heracles was driven into a brief insanity during which he killed his wife and children, just to name a few of her deeds.
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Artemis was vengeful and virtuous. She killed a Actaeon for spying on her while she was bathing by turning him into a stag and setting his own hounds on him. Also, she banished Calypso, a devoted follower of her's, and turned her into a bear when she discovered that she was no longer a virgin after being raped and impregnated by Zeus.

Medusa was once a beautiful woman, but after being raped in the temple of Athena by Poseidon, Athena punished her for violating the sanctity of her temple with sex and turned her into a gorgon, with snakes for hair and eyes that turned any man to stone. Ever since, she killed many men.

Medea was a princess in Greek Mythology who fell in love with Jason of the Argonauts because of Aphrodite's influence. While in love with him, she betrayed her father and helped Jason get the Golden Fleece. Then, when they were trying to escape her father, she killed her brother and cut him up and threw his pieces into the ocean so that her father would have to slow down and reassemble him to give him a proper burial. Later, she tricked the daughters of a king to kill him in an attempt to restore his youth. In the end of the story, Jason leaves her for a princess of another kingdom so to get revenge on him, she kills the princess, the princess's father, and her two son's before leaving in the chariot of the sun god, as she is the grand-daughter of Helios.

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The e is getting weird, baptizing aliens, etc.; I don't know what is ging n anymore.   (Sorry, all the letters n my computer don't work). 

I know darkstar- I have nothing but good experiences when I call on the Masters of Light or Goddesses/Gods-the world has gone insane when the pope is telling the flock that the Christ messiah is not compatible with Christianity-he's trying to appease the muslims as they slowly balkanize the west except-T is stopping this onslaught into the US-lol

You should read the article, Pet Rock, he means "Messiah" in a figurative way, he actually talks about politics:

Populism is evil and ends badly, as has been shown by the past century," he said. He noted that populism has always required a "messiah" figure to succeed, suggesting it is incompatible with Christian values.

I'm not religious myself, but the Pope doesn't sound like he has abandoned Christian faith.


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