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Evangelical Protestants: Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know

Marzo 6th, 2020 Posted in Dacia Iluministă



Evangelical Protestants: Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know (The Anti-Christian Series Book 9) by [Weishaupt, Adam]


Evangelical Protestants: Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know


It’s a striking feature of Protestantism that so few Protestants know anything about the founder of their religion. Martin Luther, the prophet of Protestant irrationalism, is one of the most pathological figures in religious history. Would any sane, rational person wish to subscribe to a religion whose founder declared, “Reason is the Devil’s greatest whore; by nature and in manner of being she is a noxious whore; she is a prostitute, the Devil’s appointed whore; whore eaten by scab and leprosy who ought to be trodden under foot and destroyed, she and her wisdom… Throw dung in her face to make her ugly. She is and she ought to be drowned in baptism… She would deserve, the wretch, to be banished to the filthiest place in the house, the shithouse.”
Protestantism is the gospel of unreason, and attracts only the irrational. It’s difficult to imagine that the reformation of Catholicism could produce something even worse, but Luther managed it. Protestantism is practically deranged, reflecting the deeply disturbed mind of its founder.
Making extensive use of Luther’s own words, the Pythagorean Illuminati, the oldest secret society in the world, have produced an incendiary, polemical attack on the religion that has come to be most closely identified with the evils of Western capitalism. Protestantism is the religion of Mammon. It is an anti-religion. It is for people who do not want to relinquish belief in God, but have no interest in expressing any authentic spirituality and love for their fellow man.
Do not read this book if you are an Abrahamist. This book is only for rational, intelligent, open-minded people.
 The religion of the Illuminati is called Illumination (or Illuminism) and belongs to the Gnostic tradition of enlightenment. It promotes reason and knowledge and is totally opposed to religions of faith.


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